Good Men, Bad Fathers

The Bible describes King David as a man after God’s own heart: “But God removed Saul and replaced him with David, a man about whom God said, ‘I have found David son ...

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Lately || May 2024

Did you survive the May-cember madness? May really is such a packed month (and our family doesn’t even have end-of-school-year festivities to navigate!), but a fun one too. Our May was packed ...

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What I Learned This Spring About Birthdays, Pregnancy, Expectations, and Small Conveniences

It seems that 2024 is the year of the Tenth Anniversary. Perhaps it’s just the content circles I swim in, but MANY of the podcasters and bloggers I follow are commemorating ten ...

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A Fun Collaboration (and an opportunity to get to know me a little better!)

Friends, I have something REALLY fun to share with you today! Recently, my blogging pal Michelle of The Book Devotions reached out inviting me to be part of a new Substack project ...

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Well-Watered and Right-Side-Up (May Verse—Isaiah 58:11)

Recently, a well-known politician made headline news when she proudly shared a story about ruthlessly shooting and killing her own dog. These days it’s nearly impossible to unite individuals from both sides ...

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Joyful Discipleship

It’s 7:00 in the morning, and I already feel like throwing in the towel for the day. In the hour that my kids have been awake, we’ve navigated two meltdowns (one involving ...

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Lately || April 2024

I don’t mean to sound like a cliché (although Luke always tells me not to be afraid of them because a cliché is a cliché for a reason!), but April positively flew ...

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Routines That Work Are Working for Me

I’m such a huge fan of routines—my own, and those of others. So when Kendra Adachi shared a few of her tried-and-true routines on a recent episode of The Lazy Genius, I ...

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The Strength of My Heart (April Verse—Psalm 73:23-26)

I cried myself to sleep last night. They weren’t tears over some tragedy, loss, or heartbreak; it wasn’t anything nearly that dramatic. They were simply tears of exhaustion and overwhelm; of frustration ...

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Totality

Before I saw it featured on the cover of our local newspaper, I had no idea that a solar eclipse would be taking place on April 8th. And it wasn’t until I ...

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