Which Bible Should I Get For My Kid?

We have a one week break from our Munger Bible reading plan. We just finished Nehemiah on Friday and we start Revelation a week from today. I thought I’d take a little latitude this week and not give my usual brilliant insights into Scripture (like I said…latitude) but share with you my thoughts on what … Continue reading Which Bible Should I Get For My Kid?

Looking For Gratefulness

So the other day my kids were moping around the house with nothing to do, play or talk about. Apparently we live in a bare cage, have nothing interesting and don’t know anyone. You know, the usual.  And I was getting tired of reminding them just how lucky they are and how grateful they should … Continue reading Looking For Gratefulness

The Request and Dedication Line

Every once in a while I like to throw out some of my vast knowledge of pop culture. Ok, that’s not true, though I did find myself enjoying a Lizzo song on the way to work this morning (admittedly, I have no idea who “Lizzo” is). I do, however, like to let you know when … Continue reading The Request and Dedication Line

Jesus Taught Me to Water Ski

Every summer growing up, we would meet my extended family at Lake Greeson for a camping trip. My greatest childhood memories come from those weeks of hiking, water skiing, exploring, and relaxing in the Ozarks. When I was 8 or 9 years old, my uncle decided it was time for me to learn to ski … Continue reading Jesus Taught Me to Water Ski

Keeping All That Treasure

The school year may have recently ended (yes, I am in complete denial that summer is halfway over), but in the past week I had three separate conversations with friends about what to do with ALL. THE. STUFF your kids bring home from school, camp and Sunday School. First of all, it’s all precious, of … Continue reading Keeping All That Treasure