I actually wrote this post for last week, but it was more important to start the week with the Gospel-Centered at Home series.  With that being said, I combined weeks 1 and 2 in this post.  Enjoy! Life can get busy.  I know for our family things have really picked up.  We have experienced many changes as of lately such as officially homeschooling our oldest child, a new teaching position for my husband and we are expecting baby #4.  Yes you read correctly, we are expecting another sweet baby! With so many new and exciting areas...

I have been a full-time Homemaker for almost 8-years, gasp!  Although wonderful,  this still comes to a surprise to even me.  At one time in my life, I would have balked at the idea of being home to serve my family. But God! He is so amazing at changing hearts and minds.  And at this point of my life, I would not have it any other way. Though I have accepted this great assignment, I have not always appreciated it nor committed to it. Often during my prayer time, I would find myself doing more complaining about the work that had...

I have always been a planner.  I love to dream big and imagine myself accomplishing those things.  However, you know the famous saying accredited to Ben Franklin, ” If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail.”   Over the years, I have found more effective ways to develop my goal setting skills. Goals are not just for professionals or business-minded individuals.  I believe, we all should have a desire to reach for something that test and make us better people. My goals require me to be something more than I am -Michael...

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