Positive action follows listening. These seasons are complete opposites but you can’t have meaningful action without carving out time to intentionally listen and be still. It’s true that the quieter you become, the more you can hear.
Summer is a time to listen as a family so we can approach the action of fall with purpose. In today’s blog post, you will receive five easy suggestions to help your family listen this summer. Enjoy!
Your prayers matter for your student.
In today’s blog post, learn more about how you can pray for your student throughout the year. You will also get a chance to learn more about my friend Julie, the author of The ABCs of Praying for Students. Julie and I both believe that when a parent understands how to apply prayer to academic settings, we are empowered as mothers to do the work as our child’s divine advocate. We know that preparing your child to go back to school is busy—picking out school supplies, meeting their teachers, signing your children up for co-curricular activities—and it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by all the things to do for your kids. Not to mention all the jitters that everyone has before school begins when it comes to what friends will be in their class, what activities they will get picked for, and how they will get along with their teachers!
Read more in today’s blog post and allow Julie’s words to calm your parent soul.
We are adopting! We shared our big news with the kids on Christmas morning and are excited to be welcoming another child into our family. In today’s post, we share more on how we made our decision to adopt and where we are in the process. Please join us in praying for this child!
As mothers, we work hard at preparing our kids for school. We buy school supplies, new uniforms, and teacher gifts. We pack lunches and schedule carpool. We attend orientation meetings and read e-mails from our kids' teachers. Prayer is not one more thing on our already long back-to-school to-do list. No, prayer helps us have peace with going back to school. Let us prepare our kids for school with prayer.
Potty training can be a mom's worst nightmare or become the best thing since sliced bread for your family. I've found five keys that have helped me with potty training my kids which are patience, practice, readiness, reward, and positive reinforcement. Read more!