Holding tight and letting go

I alluded to this idea of “letting go” in my last post. If you’ve been called to this ministry of parenting, then you know exactly what I’m talking about. When our kids are newborns, there is no “letting go.” We are at our child’s beckon call, running towards them at the first sign of discomfort; […]

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Theology from the back seat

“Mom, does God love Satan?”  This was the question I heard coming from the backseat yesterday evening.  She’s six by the way.  It was the sincerity of her question that moved me, she was genuinely curious and concerned for her enemy. Thank God for His Holy Spirit, and the sword of Truth that is His […]

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Little eyes, little ears

I don’t have this marriage and family thing figured out yet. Yes, I have a degree in it, yes, I am married, and yes, I am almost seven years into the parenting journey. But I swear, sometimes I feel completely helpless, much like a lonely wanderer without a map. Here’s what I do know: the […]

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