How do you love well at the table with young kids in the mix? Here are five simple ideas that help us keep meal times intentional.
Here’s my HomeStyle Creamy Potato soup recipe… perfect for those long, cold winter nights that put a chill in your bones!
Here are a few things that just aren’t a big deal for me as a mom. Everything can’t be an issue, and it’s important for kids to know where the lines are.
What habits have you put in place in your life in order to flourish spiritually? Here are 5 ways every Christian woman can practice spiritual self-care.
Start small and- most profoundly- start right where you’re at. | 3 Habits for Living Well This Year | Kristy’s Cottage blog
A few years ago, I discovered One Little Word. It’s actually a thing, you know. (You can read all about…
Let’s keep worship at the heart of your Christmas. This isn’t rocket science. But it could very well take your heart from a state of overwhelm to wonder.
It’s hard to get the really important stuff done when you feel too busy at the holidays, isn’t it? Here are my personal hacks for prioritizing life and commitments, and cultivating time and energy for what actually matters (hint: it doesn’t ALL matter!).
How do we stay strong, healthy and resilient as a family in the face of the pulling, stretching pressures of ministry life?
If you’re looking for a gift for a pastor’s wife for a special event, Christmas, or her birthday, I hope you’ll find this gift guide to be helpful.
I’ve been making these chocolate tea muffins since my teenage girls were toddlers. This recipe features our family’s gluten-free variation.
Recently, I wrote about how to pray for your pastor’s wife. Here is a prayer that comes from the heart of a pastor’s wife.