5 Reasons Your Teen Needs A Little Jesus Every Day

School is starting soon, and I’m looking forward to routine. One of those routines I love is having a morning devotional time with our teens. I love reading the Bible and great Christian books together. Why? Because just like me, my teens need a little bit of Jesus every day. One book I’m looking forward to reading with my teens is, Jesus Today, Experience Hope Through His Presence by Sarah Young (the Teen version releases in October). If the  name {Read More}

On Things Above | Colossians 3:1-3

Saturday Scripture Colossians 3:1-3 Since, then, you have been raised with Christ, set your hearts on things above, where Christ is, seated at the right hand of God. Set your minds on things above, not on earthly things. For you died, and your life is now hidden with Christ in God. Prayer: Heavenly Father, You gave me the most incredible gift I could never deserve or earn—life through Christ. I am a changed person because you are in my life. Because {Read More}

9 Important Things God Asks Each Of Us To Do

So many times we want God to reveal Himself to us. We question if He is real. And if we do believe in Him, we expect Him to really put Himself on display in big ways. What I’ve discovered the 27 years since I’ve become a Christian is that I’ve learned more about God by focusing on the priorities—the main things He asks us to do—in the Bible than any other way. It seems the Bible is made up of {Read More}

Growing Courageous Kids: How Your Family’s Story Strengthens Young Hearts {by Rebecca Price Janney}

Today I’m excited to have my friend Rebecca on my blog sharing how we can use our family histories to impart courage in our kids. I love this topic! I love history and especially family stories. I hope that once you read her tips, you’ll be eager to dig into your family history, too! Growing Courageous Kids: How Your Family’s Story Strengthens Young Hearts by Rebecca Price Janney, author of 19 books including Easton at the Forks I’ve been interested in {Read More}

Peace in Every Way | 2 Thessalonians 3:16

Saturday Scripture 2 Thessalonians 3:16 Now may the Lord of peace himself give you peace at all times and in every way. The Lord be with all of you. Prayer: Dear Jesus, I thank you that you’re the Lord of peace. When I turn to you, it doesn’t mean all my problems will be solved immediately. When I turn to you, it does not mean I’ll have all the answers to my questions or that my worries will vanish like {Read More}

I Only Look Like I Have it All Together

I know that most of the time I look encouraging to my online friends. Why? Well, I DO NOT want to be a complainer and whiner. I truly believe we can do more by lifting people up than tearing people down. We can also live freer by rejoicing and complaining, BUT … (Did you see that “but” coming?) But this is something I personally struggle with. Often in my day I don’t have peace. Why? Because sometimes I do everything {Read More}

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