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The Lord taught me how to sigh in pain, how to weep in gladness, and how to trust during days of hope deferred.
In the span of God’s wide and rowdy family, we all belong to one another and there is no such thing as other people’s children.
God gives us courage. As much as we try to summon it, bravery doesn’t come from our own will.
You don’t have to continue to live stretched too thin — exhausted, stressed, frustrated, and drained.
Every day He gives us a new start. And every day He says we can come to Him as a child to her father. Any time.
Women often focus on everything except their gifts.
When Sarah Mackenzie began reading aloud to her children, she could not have known the tremendous gift such a simple act would turn out to be. She’s been reading aloud…
God’s Word is the only thing that never falls apart — and holds us when we are falling apart.
Our goals as parents is to enhance that light, to help them see it, and give them the life tools to use their light for God’s glory.
Your home will become who you are, and your family will shine forth this atmosphere wherever they go.
There is something deeply comforting about being seen as we are and accepted anyway.
If charity begins at home, why do we sometimes struggle to show charity in our own homes, with the people closest to us?
Real, God-imbued happiness is not the absence of sadness or badness. Rather, it is hanging on to the truth of His sovereign goodness regardless of what’s going on within or around us.
Prayer is about a deep and vital relationship with the God who made and loves us.
Woman. She is so treasured and essential that God couldn’t pull His pen through even one chapter of His epic tale without her flowing from His heart and onto the page.
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