Is Being Content Possible in a Pandemic? -Part 2

Today we have the privilege of sharing the conclusion of Dana Yeakley’s post. If you haven’t had the chance to read the first part, just follow this link. Twenty-two years later in 2017 our 40-year-old son, Michael, while on a bike ride in a mountain park five minutes from our house, died of a heart attack.  At the news, my whole body felt like it … Continue reading Is Being Content Possible in a Pandemic? -Part 2

Is Being Content Possible in a Pandemic? -Part 1

This week we are blessed to have a two part post from one of our previous writers and woman of wisdom, Dana Yeakley. This was written recently about how we can place our hope and contentment in the Lord, even during this Covid-19 Pandemic. Dana models what she writes about as she seeks her strength from the Lord. ~ Beth Most of us would agree … Continue reading Is Being Content Possible in a Pandemic? -Part 1

Laboring for a Lifetime: 4 Insights from Debby Maschhcoff

Before we dive into the post from Debby, here is a short introduction: It seems that people who are creative always seem to find a way to create.  Similarly, people who are great hosts and/or hostesses always seem to figure out how to throw a killer party.  So it is with laborers as described in Matthew 9…they always seem to figure out how to labor.  … Continue reading Laboring for a Lifetime: 4 Insights from Debby Maschhcoff

Changing Diapers while He’s Changing Lives?

Have you ever felt a twinge of jealousy when your husband comes home from a campus event and shares an encouraging note from a student thanking him for his help? Have you ever been at an event where students publicly rave about your husband and you are not noticed? Sometimes we can compare ourselves with our husband and come up feeling “short” on the fruitfulness … Continue reading Changing Diapers while He’s Changing Lives?