By Sherry Graf About a year ago I took a weekend retreat with a good friend. We spent our days alone with God. Our evenings were filled by eating choclate (big surprise!) and watching chick flicks. During that time I skimmed through a parenting book I had been wanting to get to, enjoyed extended time alone with God, and took long prayer walks alone in … Continue reading Choosing to Enjoy
By Linnette Bachman I have experienced different seasons of tiredness. There was newborn baby first-time mom tired, vitamin deficiency tired, fall-launch I haven’t seen my husband in ten days tired, we just moved for the summer to live with college students tired, morning sickness babies 2, 3, 4, and 5 tired, etc. Coming into 2018, I am not sure what kind of tired you may … Continue reading Taking a GASP When You Are Tired
A few weeks after Ben and I arrived on our first campus we packed up our kids, who were ages 2 and 1 at the time, and headed to our Fall Conference. As we pulled up to the campground, Ben was whisked off to the opening meeting while I stumbled around with my flashlight trying to turn the heat on in our freezing cabin and … Continue reading Expectations: Where do I Fit?