children · motherhood

Maybe we should stop asking what’s best for our children

It’s been a horrible week for me. The kids were off for Christmas break and the school district decided to forget about Jesus when making the schedule. This week was filled with down time, no holidays and no place to run. The kids were inpatient, fighting and regressing from their lack of a schedule. I… Continue reading Maybe we should stop asking what’s best for our children

legacy · politics

Why I’m sad,The cry of Elijah and The return of the people to God

It is not often in my walk with Jesus that I become disillusioned with the way things are. I have learned to cope, to speak my mind on the issues that matter and to accept the fact that I will no longer ever be part of the popular crowd. Following Jesus is freedom, but we… Continue reading Why I’m sad,The cry of Elijah and The return of the people to God

Catholic · motherhood

You don’t Have to Move to the country to raise Christian children

When my husband and I had children, we vowed not to give into the digital age, even before we became Christians. We watched parents sit with their children at restaurants with tablets neatly propped in front of their faces, and said we’d never be one of those people. It was quite painful really. We had… Continue reading You don’t Have to Move to the country to raise Christian children

Guest post · Jewish

10 Things Jewish Believers In Christ Want You to Know — The Recovering Legalist

Thank you to Pastor Anthony Baker for hosting me on his blog this weekend. You can click the link below to head over to the Recovering Legalist and check out my piece on a being a Jewish believer in Christ. This is one of the longer pieces I have written, but you’ll understand why when… Continue reading 10 Things Jewish Believers In Christ Want You to Know — The Recovering Legalist

Working Mom

What if you could live just for today?

“I would have gladly kissed the soles of his feet for the salvation of Israel.” (says Mordechai of Haman, Esther 4:6, Chapter C). Alone in my prayer closet, under-caffeinated and overly anxious, I spilled my guts on the floor in desperation for God to clean up the mess. Nothing was particularly wrong, except that I… Continue reading What if you could live just for today?