Studies show that soup contains anti-inflammatory agents. It’s believed to actually relieve congestion. So grandma was right after all. Stock those pantries, because you never know – the flu and a snowstorm could both strike tomorrow. 8 simple tips to help you better nurse your kids.
How are you doing with your prayer life, mom? Do you find the wheels spinning when you sit down to pray for five or 10 minutes? Are you distracted, thinking of other things? Or do you stare at the four walls, wondering what it is you should pray about? Here is a simple acrostic to help keep you on track and it’s so easy to remember, you’re not going to ever forget it!
How to raise your daughter to confide in you – one simple tip you may be overlooking. Christian parenting tips for mothers to build life-long relationships.
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Chances are, if you’re human, you have regrets from the past.
Remember, Paul had a past. He was in charge of persecution of believers in the early church. He knew what he had done. But He also believed what Christ had done.
When the kids carry out their chores, do you cringe because its not done exactly as you would like (aka the towels folded the wrong way and shoved in the linen closet or the toothbrush container is situated to the right of the sink instead of the left)?
“On a good day, enjoy yourself; On a bad day, examine your conscience. God arranges for…
What I forgot about life with a toddler; 4 simple tips for moms and Gigis (like me) for coping and capturing the joy moments.
It’s here! After months of effort and years of agonizing, I’ve launched my new site, and I think you’re going to love it! Rear, Release, Regroup is more of the same kind of stories I’ve been writing for years over at Live, Laugh, Love and Ruthie’s Kozi Kitchen! You will probably notice a few more changes to this site in the weeks to come, which won’t affect your receiving or viewing, only perfecting the process.
Are you an empty nester still trying to grasp the reality that you are an empty nester?
That you no longer have control? That you never really had control, but you felt better when they were all under your roof?