This National Day of Prayer Prayer Guide was co-written by Gina of and Brittany of This Spring, our country (the US) will celebrate National Day of Prayer on Thursday, May 6, 2021. Originally signed into law in 1952, National Day of Prayer is a day when people of all faiths are asked to [Continue Reading]

Guest post by Gina of   National Husband Appreciation Day. Yep, that’s a thing and it is happening April 17th, 2021 this year, to be exact.   When I first heard about it, I’ll be honest, I thought it sounded kind of silly. I mean, do we need an excuse to appreciate our husbands? [Continue Reading]

Guest Post by Liz of Simple Life. Messy Life.   Do you love finding ways to make Christmas a time for your children to learn more about the miracle of Jesus’ birth? The holiday season is such a great time to be intentional in teaching your children about Christ. I know I love getting to [Continue Reading]

Guest post by Mary at “Not another holiday party,” I groan as I open our latest invitation. After the ornament swap, my introverted self would be tired and ready to hunker down with a cheesy Hallmark movie and a mug of cocoa. Instead, we are scheduled for an evening party just hours after the [Continue Reading]

Looking for Christian Christmas crafts for kids that are beautiful, meaningful and easy to make? These Star of Bethlehem ornaments are just what you’re looking for! Guest post by Bren of   It may only be early December, but the holiday season is well underway! Neighborhoods are filling up with lights, blow up reindeer, [Continue Reading]

Guest post by Gina of It’s not exactly news these days that kids and young people in general can be selfish, thankless and entitled. I don’t know about you, but I’m constantly coming across headlines about how things like technology, bullying, materialism and competition are sucking away their souls. I’d like to say that [Continue Reading]