I know I said I probably would not write this post on finding peace, but we all know what happens when we say we aren’t going to do something. Right? God Steps In!
So here is how it came about. And let me tell you, I honestly had no intentions of writing this post.
Finding Peace Through Others
First – We had a guest speaker at church yesterday, Brother Reno Likins. He is an awesome Preacher! Brother Reno is the Director of Indian Creek Baptist Camp, and he is an Evangelist.
During morning services, Brother Reno made a statement that stuck with me. Continue reading “Fruit of the Spirit Study Series: Peace”
Our most powerful resource as a parent is prayer. We must bring our children before the throne of grace everyday, several times a day!
I’ve heard it said that we will never be perfect parents, but we can be praying parents. This is so true and vitally important. We should have a daily goal that our Heavenly Father will hear our children’s names from our lips. Continue reading “10 Ways to Pray for Our Children”
So literally the day after I wrote about getting intentionally closer to God and actively pursuing a thriving relationship with my Savior in Owl Pellets and My Walk with the Lord MY PIPES FROZE, or so I thought. Turns out the compressor went bad AGAIN!
Yep it was Sunday morning and I had nursery duty! I knew Satan would show up and try to discourage me. That old devil doesn’t have any new tricks. He is actually quite predictable! Continue reading “The Treasure of God’s Promises”
Do you ever feel defeated? Defeated because of expectations, or should I say unmet expectations, whether it’s expectations for your spouse, your children, your homeschool, your church, or your friends. The feeling of defeat is an awful feeling! It can get you discouraged to the point of wanting to give up. It can affect your health. It can affect the way you treat others. It can affect your homeschool and the way you teach or not teach. It can affect relationships. Most importantly it can affect your walk with the Lord! Continue reading “When Expectations Leave You Feeling Defeated”