Month: March 2007

How do you celebrate Easter? and a blogging theme for the week


Today is the Saturday of Palm Sunday, and so we will begin our Easter celebrations tonight. Even though we are not commanded to commemorate the birth of Jesus, there are myriad resources available to celebrate Advent and help moms make Christmas more Christ-centered. On… Continue Reading “How do you celebrate Easter? and a blogging theme for the week”

Bear with me


We’ve had some technical difficulties over here the last couple of days. I think they are all resolved, but blogging may continue to be sporadic through the next week. Ads

The doctrine of election and my children


Josh, who writes Unbound, asked for the input of several other mom-bloggers regarding the doctrine of election and one’s children. Personally speaking, I’ve struggled and thought through this doctrine quite a bit, considering its weighty implications for myself and for my family. Ultimately, my… Continue Reading “The doctrine of election and my children”

Book Review: Redemptive Suffering


Redemptive Suffering: Lessons Learned from the Garden of Gethsemane by Leslie Montgomery Leslie Montgomery is no stranger to suffering. Not only does she counsel others through their trials as member of the American Association of Christian Counselors, her life is marked by several difficult… Continue Reading “Book Review: Redemptive Suffering”

Home again, home again, jiggity jig


Abbey on her way to the lagoon We are home from our vacation!! We had a very nice time away from the everyday. It’s amazing what a change in scenery can do, isn’t it? We visited the USS Alabama, played golf (the putt-putt variety),… Continue Reading “Home again, home again, jiggity jig”

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