I'm not sure how many times somebody needs to contribute in a row to be considered a regular contributor, but I'm pretty sure that Rebekah Hargraves hit that mark about three months ago. By now she should be a familiar face on Chaotic Life, so please enjoy her post on living the holy life.
Every morning I put a hairbow in my daughter’s hair. She will admire it in the mirror for about two minutes, and then she pulls it out. No amount of coaxing will convince her to leave it in there. In fact, I’ve met very few girls who actually like the hairbows. Adults love them because we associate them with innocence. But innocence doesn’t come from hairbows, and there are a lot of gray areas in raising a daughter in the modern world that parents have to navigate.
What does a holy light have to do with a Titus 2 Woman? For our first guest contribution for "A Holy Life", I'm thrilled to welcome Betty Predmore back to the blog! Betty, thank you so much for your support and friendship.
It’s hard to imagine what holiness looks like when we live in a world scarred by the marks of sin, yet the Christian’s call to live a life of holiness is frequent within the New Testament. So what does holiness look like? Let’s talk about it three characteristics of holiness.
Some of my most popular posts to date have been in my blogging series surrounding God's voice. Now, I've finally made it easier for people to browse through what they need. Here's what you need to know to hear God's voice in your life!
I started accidentally potty-training my daughter this week. While I can’t say that things are going smoothly, I can say that it has been entertaining. Here are the things that moms think while potty training toddlers.
I’ve mentioned waiting periods in our faith a few times on the blog already, but I’ve never dedicated an entire space to talking about them. So today, let’s discuss a little bit more about waiting periods in our faith.
Peaceful mornings are always a challenge for Moms of toddlers, but I think there’s an element of spiritual warfare that comes into play for Christian Moms in the process of trying to do better (whatever that looks like). That’s why I’m issuing the peaceful morning challenge for Christian Moms.
It’s easy to feel like our Spiritual lives are lacking when we compare our lives to the “good Christian”. Good Christians read their Bible every day. Good Christians pray for their enemies. Good Christians love the Lord with their all. When we play this comparison game, it’s easy to become discouraged. So what about the times when you do love the Lord with your all your heart, but it just doesn’t seem like much?
I'm pretty sure if the Bible was written today, one of the verses would now read, "Because man cannot survive on french fries alone." Eating healthy is a struggle for the entire family, but it can be even more of a struggle when you have a little one who's a picky eater. So how can we successfully introduce whole foods to our kids to help them eat healthy? Katrina Rice is here to explain how!
I wrote way back in March about seizing the freedom to make memories with our families. However, the advice in that post doesn’t really cover an important topic: how do you make family memories easy on Dad. You see, Dads and Moms both work hard. I think they both long to make great memories with their children. However, it’s not always easy on Dad to just go on a family outing. That’s why I’m writing this follow-up