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.
I have a confession to make: I have never felt intimidated by a mannequin. Not even the most well-dressed mannequin,…
Pastor’s wives, we set the tone for the women in our church. Don’t neglect to present yourself well! Here are five hacks for looking more put together on Sundays.
Hello Friends! October is Clergy Appreciation month! Today I want to share something that pertains to everyone who knows a…
After over a decade of homeschooling my kids, these are my go to hacks for organizing our homeschool space. Let me warn you: there’s no rocket science. And I haven’t quite figured out how to KEEP it all organized.
No matter what else feels out of control in your life right now, you always have the choice to keep on being faithful right there in that hard place. What could God do in your lifetime if you make the choice to just never give up?
This week, I perused the final pages of Sally Clarkson’s delightful book, Girls’ Club. I’m certain it’s a book that…
I glanced sideways toward the half-closed door in my daughters’ bedroom. The chatter of my three boys across the hallway…