I have a date. I have the date which will be our last in our current residence. What I don't have is a NEW residence. But, more important than that, I DO have faith in God to provide perfectly for my family and me just as he has done since I can remember. We have … Continue reading Moving Day
Ugh... my top 3 least favorite phrases in circulation right now are, "don't judge," "you do you," and any form of "body positivity." I'll tackle them one at a time. "Don't judge!" A favorite of Christians and non-Christians alike. What they actually mean is, don't tell me I'm wrong, don't disagree with my opinion, and … Continue reading I’m Not Judging You…
The prayer of faith will save the sick person, and the Lord will raise him up ; and if he has committed sins, he will be forgiven. Therefore, confess your sins to one another and pray for one another, so that you may be healed. The intense prayer of the righteous is very powerful. James … Continue reading The Christian and Prayer
Before I get to the exciting part, the "gender reveal," I'll tell you all a little story, 'cause blog. So with our first child, a son, we initially elected not to find out the gender until baby was born. Because in the words of my grandpa, "If God had wanted you to know ahead of … Continue reading Baby #2 is a… ?
So, I had been building a hot bed (small one) in the back yard starting in May. I tilled up the space and then put down a couple 13 gallon bags of "Maggie waste" which consisted of rabbit poop, hay, and newspaper. That aged for about 2 months, and then I topped it with a … Continue reading Jardin de Eden Update
I'm getting rid of the junk. Literally, and figuratively.
Life is good on the "homestead." We're in the process of scouting for property so we can actually put our goals into motion, partly out of necessity, and partly out of desire. But the thing that keeps resonating with me lately is Psalm 127:1-2. I think because it's so easy to get preoccupied with what … Continue reading 1 Timothy 6
It doesn't take much for things to become overwhelming.
I pledge to raise upstanding young boys who grow up to be respectful and chivalrous young men. If your daughters can't handle that, they don't deserve my sons.