Fight the Good Fight

Fight the Good Fight | Armor of God | Battling the flesh | Satan | Spiritual Warfare

“We always carry those domestic enemies with us—sin and the old Adam.” Olympia Morata (1526-1555), Reformation Women This quote took me by surprise. On the days when I think I’m doing pretty good at staying connected to Jesus, I can easily let my guard down. I coast on yesterday’s quiet time, and wait till I […]

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Hospitality: Mom to Mom

Hospitality: Mom to Mom

As moms, we can so quickly become alienated from fellowship, lonely, and burdened under the weight of our responsibilities. Our family is at the center of all we do and our care for them can sometimes leave us drained, discouraged by our failures, and thirsty for a word of hope. This is why it is […]

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Is Motherhood Missing Out?

Is Motherhood Missing Out?

  When I became a mother at the age of twenty-five, I didn’t predict the innumerable ways caring for a little human would redefine how I live. A few years in, it occurred to me I no longer dress like I once did, have the same aspirations, or spend time with the same people. I […]

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Establishing Family Christmas Traditions

Establishing Family Christmas Traditions

I want to incorporate more traditions into the life of my young family, but that is an abstract and vague goal, which until now, had no hope of fruition. As December 1st approaches, I mean well and have every intention of executing every fabulous Christmas idea I’ve pinned on Pinterest. Reality is I maybe accomplish […]

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Without Excuse, Wonder and Worship

Without Excuse, Wonder and Worship

In this season focused on gratitude, I had to share with you the guest post I wrote for More to Be. It amazes me when I pause to think of all God has created to testify to His goodness and wisdom. The world around us and the people in it are not just arbitrary products […]

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Pasta e Fagioli Italian Soup

Pasta e Fagioli Italian Soup

Pasta e Fagioli Doesn’t the Italian language make “Pasta and Beans” sound like a ballet? What began as a humble peasant dish has made it’s way around the world and onto many restaurant menus. After tasting a few, I decided some time ago to create my own. Seeing as it’s fall now, I thought you […]

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Mexican Stuffed Sweet Potatoes

Mexican Stuffed Sweet Potatoes

I love a meal that can stretch your dollar and no one’s the wiser. You know that look on your husband’s face when he can tell the dinner you made was a last ditch effort to scrounge something from the cupboards without having to go grocery shopping? I hate that look. This meal is so bright […]

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