Recently, I decided to do a sugar detox .  I was feeling a little apprehensive when reading about this particular detox, thinking I had to do it in order to reach optimal health.  I couldn’t sleep one night during this detoxification, so I began reading my Bible and a devotional.  After my reading, I had the conviction (again) of making a false god out of healthy and wellness. Once I realized this, I began to recount my pattern ( which developed over the last several years) of being obsessed and stressed about what I choose...

Welcome the final week of the challenge.  I hope you had a great week encouraging your husbands.  Here is a recap of our final week. Just in case you need a refresher: For the next 30 days, we are not to say anything negative to ours husbands or to anyone else about our husbands.  Also we are to show appreciate to our husbands. Day 24- A Father At Heart: Fathers, do not provoke your children to anger, but bring them up in the discipline and instruction of the Lord. —Ephesians 6:4 (ESV) Day 25- Making Peace A Priority: Seek peace...

Today’s post is from the archives, enjoy.:) During breakfast time, even on chaotic mornings with whining, sibling spats, messes and all;  our children look forward to their morning devotional time. Recently, I decided to find a suitable book of devotions for them, since they are always curious about the little “blue book,”  (our devotional) Daddy and I read sometimes with our Bible. The One Year Devotions for Preschoolers (Little Blessings Line)  has been a great tool in teaching our little ones the gospel and character...

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