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God in the Daily: Hiking a Beautiful Trail With Jesus!
Hiking is a great past time and simple. It is a wonderful way to immerse yourself in the beautiful outdoors. Step by step, exploring and discovering gorgeous scenery, bountiful nature and secrets of the forest. With a little planning and preparation, anyone can hike in nature. If you have ever desired to hike, but have… Continue reading God in the Daily: Hiking a Beautiful Trail With Jesus!
20+ Ways to Be a Blessing to Your Pastor’s Wife
Having a great pastor's wife is such a blessing! Truth be told, no two are alike. Throughout our years serving the Lord, I can honestly say pastor's wives differ greatly from one church to another. God uses many different people to do His work, praise the Lord! So how can you be a blessing to… Continue reading 20+ Ways to Be a Blessing to Your Pastor’s Wife
World’s Best Potato Salad
World's Best Potato Salad Okay, so a confession. One weakness I will always have is, delicious potato salad! There are so many ways I have had potato salad. From Dilly potato salad, steakhouse potato salad, classic Amish, mustard potato salad, loaded doggie potato salad to German potato salad! Yet, of all the delicious salads out… Continue reading World’s Best Potato Salad
Teen Zone: 3 Assumptions Made About Teenagers That are Annoying
Teen Zone: 3 Labels People Give Teens 1. "They're Just THAT Age." Being a teenager and hearing people say the phrase, "They're Just THAT Age" or "They're just teenagers" is irritating because it lumps you and your actions with every other teenager on the planet. (good or bad) They're just teenagers is a label that… Continue reading Teen Zone: 3 Assumptions Made About Teenagers That are Annoying
World’s Best Fudge Brownies
Brownie Recipes are the best and a win win for motherhood or maternity desserts!
Teaching the Small Class or One Room Classroom Learning
Small classroom learning has its advantages, along with a few disadvantages. While the small classroom may hold a few limitations, let us remember that one of those limitations does NOT have to be the quality of learning that develops a love for learning and nurtures the heart of learning. Having a small classroom can be… Continue reading Teaching the Small Class or One Room Classroom Learning
Ministry Mondays: 5 Tips For Moving to a New Ministry or Church With Kids
It is no secret that certain careers can mean relocating more often than others. Ministry is one of those careers. On average, a pastor keeps a church or ministry for 3 years. While serving the Lord in ministry may mean traveling or moving often for some, it is not all. Nor does it have to… Continue reading Ministry Mondays: 5 Tips For Moving to a New Ministry or Church With Kids
Sunday’s Song: Blessed Redeemer
Sunday's Songs: Blessed Redeemer Photo by Bryan Geraldo on Pexels.com Sunday's Songs: Blessed Redeemer Do you love Godly music? Listening to a beautiful message alongside a glorious tune, you cannot help but be moved. Music is a gift! Oh, how beautiful are the precious hymns of times past. And even more beautiful it is, to… Continue reading Sunday’s Song: Blessed Redeemer
Family adventures are often said to be the glue that keep us happily cemented together, and striving for the Lord's work. There is a lot of truth to that. Instead of taking a ton of huge vacations, we find ourselves desiring to explore the woods and go for a paddle more than anything in our… Continue reading Family Adventures
13 Rules to Raising Teenage Boys
13 Rules to Follow When Raising Teenage Boys Christian Motherhood is a Gift! Raising children is no easy feat! Raising teenage boys has been a beautiful learning curve in my life! I thoroughly enjoy it and am privileged to be called mom by some amazing gentlemen! As each child was gifted from the Lord, I… Continue reading 13 Rules to Raising Teenage Boys
Tuesday’s Teacher’s Corner: 5 Great Ways to Help Motivate Your Students
Whether you teach a particular subject or a complete grade, we all love extra ways to help our students shine! With hard work and extra determination, our students can go from completing a task to far above we ever expected. Here are 5 inexpensive, non-time consuming and simple, but helpful products/rewards, to help push our… Continue reading Tuesday’s Teacher’s Corner: 5 Great Ways to Help Motivate Your Students