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The Question Every Parent Should Be Asking Their Kids

From the time they can speak, we ask them the same question. Over and over, relatives ask. Friends ask, Sunday school teachers ask, random strangers ask. And our children quite cutely respond with whatever strikes their fancy at the moment. It’s fun to hear the answers, to dream with our children. To wonder what’s going… Read More The Question Every Parent Should Be Asking Their Kids

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‘Penny A Page’ Children’s Summer Reading Challenge

Some of my most vivid childhood memories are from past summers, starting when I was around 7 years old. My parents were both certified teachers at a Christian school in Pennsylvania for 8 years. So for my sister and brother and I, summer still held a bit of structure in certain areas of education. We… Read More ‘Penny A Page’ Children’s Summer Reading Challenge

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How to Have a “Read Tag” Christmas

Hey there, my friends. My blogging will be scarce this month, as I am working on my book proposal and I can’t seem to do both blogging and “booking” simultaneously well. ¬†ūüôā But I wanted to pop in here and share something that we are doing differently this year with¬†our family¬†Christmas. Maybe you are in… Read More How to Have a “Read Tag” Christmas

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10 Choices You Will Never Regret Making as a Pastor’s Wife

1.You will never regret choosing to give grace. The very essence of the wonder of grace is that it is bestowed on undeserving recipients! God gave us abundant grace while we were yet sinners, and He still does lavish us with undeserved, daily grace. In order to give grace, we must first know how to… Read More 10 Choices You Will Never Regret Making as a Pastor’s Wife

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PKs Need Sabbaticals Too

I sat on my living room couch beside one of my mentors. A retired pastor’s wife, she and I worked closely together on ladies events and funerals and a myriad of other “pastor’s wifish” things during the past five years. In the midst of constant church transition, she and her husband were a rock of… Read More PKs Need Sabbaticals Too