Marshmallow Madness: New Year Happy?

Marshmallow Madness: New Year Happy?

“Careful planning puts you ahead in the long run” -Proverbs 21:5a Our family makes Resolution’s on New Years Eve. We write them out and keep them secret from each other for the year. Then, the next New Year’s Eve we open the envelopes and share how close we came to reaching each particular goal. The […]

Marshmallow Madness: Teach your Children to Pray

Marshmallow Madness: Teach your Children to Pray

I challenge you to spend 20 minutes a week being intentional about passing your faith on to your kids            …and all you need is a bag of marshmallows. This week: Teach your Children to Pray “Be careful for nothing; but in every thing by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let […]

Marshmallow Madness: Kind Words

Marshmallow Madness: Kind Words

Welcome to the easiest family devotional you’ll ever come across- Marshmallow Madness! There are many wonderful devotions available, but these are for those of us ~myself included~ who have the best intentions but just can’t seem to get it together. We can do this! I challenge you to spend 20 minutes a week being intentional […]

Marshmallow Madness: Guess How Many

Marshmallow Madness: Guess How Many

Welcome to the easiest family devotional you’ll ever come across- Marshmallow Madness! There are many wonderful devotions available, but these are for those of us ~myself included~ who have the best intentions but just can’t seem to get it together. I challenge you to spend 20 minutes a week being intentional about passing your faith […]

Time for Dreams

“When you’re a grown-up, you go to work and come home and eat supper and then… you watch tv!” The quick answer you may hear if you asked a child… “What does a grown up do?” Are we letting our lives slip by? Apparently our generation has more free time than ever. But it seems […]

Teaching Character

“Train up a child in the way he should go and when he grows old he will not depart from it.” Proverbs 22:6 “Train.”  It’s an interesting word… because it can be interpreted so many ways.  To some it can mean discipline.  To others it can mean to educate, but I believe it is meant […]