I was going to skip New Year’s Resolutions and Words of the Year. But one word keeps chasing me–disclipine.
Often, I assume that hard times in life are there to build character. Often, I forget that like the leper in Mark 1, Jesus wants us healed.
Need an enjoyable way to teach kids the states and their capitals? This is it!
“Mom–can I help you put away the hats and gloves?” offered The Girl, a few hours after arriving back home after another epic Christmas road trip to visit grandparents. Grateful for the help, I let her sort out the scarves, hats, mittens, and gloves, while I unpacked another suitcase. I few minutes later, I strolled…
One of my favorite parts about Christmas in Mexico is the Christmas markets. Read on to see why!
Christmas is almost synomous with snow. But how does one decorate in a region that doesn’t have snow?
Heifer Project is a fantastic organization, aiming to end poverty worldwide. This summer, we were lucky enough to go visit!
Like the name says, Aguascalientes is known for hot water springs. But there’s a lot more to love about Aguascalientes!
This is the most delicious use of Thanksgiving leftovers!
Whatever our personal opinion on the Migrant Caravan may be, if we call ourselves Christian, we have one response. Love.