Are you weary from the work of mothering? You love and serve your children, but your heart isn’t in it? Author and mom Kristen Wetherell shares that meditation on who Jesus is and what He is doing at this moment on our behalf is what has transformed her heart as a mom. She invites you to come alongside her in this study through John to learn how relying on and recognizing all that we have in Christ is the key to abundant life in the challenge and joys of mothering.
Have you ever left out some very important details when sharing a story with your parents? Samson experienced the work of the Spirit in his life, but he also chose to dishonor his parents by not telling the whole story. Gerad Hall takes us to Judges 14 as he continues to shed light on Samson’s duplicitous nature. His actions are a warning to each of us that our settling for sin is what is keeping us from enjoying the fruits of the Spirit. The good news is there is hope for restoration and renewal as we repent from our duplicity and chose to be “all in” for the Lord.
Do you long for a slower pace of life? Is your schedule overwhelming? Are you wishing for a more peaceful atmosphere in your home? Grab a cup of coffee and sit down with Ken and Deb as they speak with blogger Merissa Alink. Merissa guides us in a discussion of decluttering our homes and minds sharing practical tools on how to live simpler and slower lives to make time for what really matters!
How do you prepare your kids for life on their own? You may think the day will never come when your child is launching out on their own, but it will be here sooner than you think, The question is will they be ready? Jonathan and Erica Catherman provide practical ways to assess the mindsets, skillsets, and toolsets required to mature into confident and capable adults. Wednesday we’ll hear some of those essentials for independent living on Ken and Deb in the Morning!
Merissa A. Alink is the blogger behind the popular Little House Living, a website that she started more than a decade ago to teach people how to live a simpler and more frugal lifestyle, including DIY projects, from-scratch recipes, gardening tips, and advice on modern homesteading She and her husband, David, live in the Black Hills of South Dakota where Merissa homeschools their three children.