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Pregnancy, Miscarriage and Thoughts on Being “Done”

Pregnancy, Miscarriage and Thoughts on Being “Done”

The first time I met Annie, we had only been at our church for a few weeks. She was picking up her adorable newborn in the nursery and I was picking up my adorable one-year-old. Anyone who knows me, knows that I love babies and make a regular fool of myself when...

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Attitude Adjustment: How to Help a Grumpy and Defiant Child

We had a good bit of what we call “grumping” around our house in the spring and early summer. One of my children, in particular, was struggling with some emotional stability, overreacting to small frustrations and defiantly refusing to do 80% of the things he was...

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2 Simple Things To Do Before You Start Homeschool Planning

A Cautionary Tale (of sorts):   Last year I spent a ridiculous amount of time planning our homeschool curriculum (think the whole month of July!). It was the first time I had ever put together my own plan from scratch. Before that, I had used Sonlight, a wonderful...

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Fix Your Eyes: Cultivating Gospel-Centered Habits

It’s a trendy term, gospel-centered. As Tim Challies pointed out everything seems to be gospel-centered these days (and that article is 4 years old). When I considered starting this blog I really wanted to avoid using what’s quickly becoming a cliche, but how else to...

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Be Generous: A Letter to Myself

The point is this: whoever sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and whoever sows bountifully will also reap bountifully. Each one must give as he has decided in his heart, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver. And God is able to make...

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Hi, I'm Sara. Pastor's wife, mom to 5 rowdy homeschooled kids, and passionate about the Gospel. Welcome!

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