God’s Mission & Tool Chest for Moms

The assignment: confirmed in the moment by the Holy-Spirit via telepathic communication. The command: given by the High Chief to Love One Another (Matthew 22:39). You close your Bible and check the leather binding to make sure it’s not one of those self-igniting editions. It’s not. And that’s a good thing too, it’s your favorite exhaustive, study edition. You snap open your super-secret tool chest. (So secret in fact, you have yet to use some of the apparatus.) Inside the chest, next to the {Read More}

Awana Get Involved!

Awana Get Involved! My older kids have been involved in Awana since 1997 or so. And now my young kids are involved! I’ve always loved the mission focus and their scripture training. Tomorrow I’m flying to Kenya to see how Awana International is reaching hundreds of thousands of kids in Kenya with the message of Jesus Christ. But even before the trip photos arrive, there are a few things that I wanted to share! Awana Stories Resources for Parents Awana’s Spiritual {Read More}

4 Ways to Determine Your Mission

While we have individual dreams and goals, couples should also have a mission and purpose for their marriage. For some couples it may be to minister in their local church, or open their home to needy children. Still others may be called to short-term mission trips. No matter what it is, the world will benefit greatly from united, God-loving teams. The world will benefit greatly from united, God-loving marriages! @TriciaGoyer Click To Tweet “When you reach out as a team, something {Read More}

The Mission and Ministry of Motherhood | Plus a Giveaway

I’m always on the lookout for new parenting resources. As a full-time mommy and writer, I’m constantly searching for inspiration and tips on ways to balance my career and family life. When I discovered these two foundational books, I knew I had to share them with you! Do you long for your home to be life-giving and peaceful? Is it your desire to pass on a legacy of righteousness to your children? Do you struggle to balance the duties of {Read More}

Fostering Your Homeschooled Student’s Heart For World Missions

Fostering Your Homeschooled Student’s Heart For World Missions I’m the homeschooling mom of six kids. Three kids, 23, 21, and 19 are beyond the homeschooling years (and doing great!). Then we have three adopted little ones, ages 5, 3, and 2. Yes, that means I’ll spend thirty-five years of my life homeschooling! And during my homeschooling years one of the things I’ve focused on is fostering their heart for world missions. Today I was talking with a friend about my {Read More}

The Best Leaders Allow Themselves To Be Led

I have six kids ages 2-23. Four are still at home, and they look to me daily. They are watching me, listening. I often hear my words coming out of their mouths. They follow in my footsteps, and I know my good habits and bad habits may someday be theirs. How do I know? Many times I hear my mom’s words coming out of my mouth. I find myself following in her footsteps in numerous ways. Remembering this reminds me {Read More}

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