• Fruit of the Spirit // Patience

    In the circles of motherhood I’m in, patience is a common thing for prayer. Moms need the ability and capacity to handle motherhood. But don’t we all need this ability, motherhood or not? What a world we could live in if we all had more patience. Driving through traffic would be more pleasant. Read: Galatians

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  • Fruit of the Spirit // Peace

    A goal for the world, both believers and nonbelievers, would probably be for peace. That beauty pageant cliche answer about world peace isn’t just a made up thing, it’s something that would be amazing. Wouldn’t it? Since we can’t really make world peace happen, what about peace in our homes? What about peace in our

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  • Fruit of the Spirit // Joy

    The fruit of joy seems easier to describe as happiness. But there are differences between the two. Not an easy to explain difference, especially to kiddos. Joy is a choice and isn’t dependent upon circumstances. You can feel joyful even in sad situations because you choose it! Read: Galatians 5:22-23 Context: See Intro Notes: Webster

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  • Fruit of the Spirit // Love

    Love is a word that we use in a multitude of ways. Seriously, let’s take a minute to think about how many things we’ve said we loved today. Or in the last week. You love your kids, your spouse, the sunrise, mint chocolate chip ice cream, and a million other things. Biblical love is a

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  • Fruit of the Spirit // Intro

    The fruit of the spirit scripture is one of my favorites. Especially a favorite to teach to kids! You can even see a little fun, free printable HERE. So for today and the next 9 days, let’s dive into this scripture with our kids. Hopefully, there’s a few extra mamas and littles diving into this

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  • Moms of the Bible

    There’s no lack of characters in the Bible and no matter how you see it, beyond Adam & Eve, they each had a mother. We sometimes struggle when we compare ourselves to people found in scripture. It’s hard because we forget that God uses ordinary people for His extraordinary purposes. We think we can’t possibly

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  • Escaping Catholicism

    **This is MY story. I’m not here to insult anyone’s faith. I’m not here to be negative. I’m here to share my story because this is a HUGE part of where I come from and how God is teaching me.** My parents are great, there’s no scandal there. My mom was Baptist, my dad Catholic.

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  • Biblical Romance

    There’s plenty of ways that people see the Bible. Some like a history book, others as individual stories, and some people think it’s complete fiction. If you know me, you know I believe it’s a big story. ONE story. But in the pages live stories of ordinary people living out amazing things because God is

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