How did we get here?
It seems like lately I’m trying to hold back time.
It’s inevitable. One day you’ll look up, and your baby will no longer be a baby, but a big boy or girl ready to start elementary school and face the world. While you’re preparing their lunch or helping them stuff their backpack, make sure you’ve prepared them in other ways too.
I know summer is technically just beginning, but it’s the perfect time to start preparing your child for next school year. Many students will be transitioning to kindergarten, elementary, middle and high school, as well as college, so I thought it was a good time to repeat my Five Things series.
It’s summer, which means there are lots of good movies in my future. Here are a few to which I’m looking forward.
With Father’s Day right around the corner, please join me in praying for daddies and daddy figures.
Today, in honor of Memorial Day, please join me in a moment of virtual silence for those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country. Thank you to all of our veterans and those currently serving. Always remember, freedom is not free.
Is it just me, or does the school year seem to be getting shorter every year? The end of the school year means lots of celebrations as students prepare for summer and transition from one grade or phase of life to the next. Today, please join me in saying a prayer for our graduates.
Even as life starts going back to our new normal, there is still a lot going on in the world and our daily lives that can cause us to worry. Here are a few scriptures to help with those days when worry seems to be winning.
I didn’t realize the truth of the saying that it takes a village to raise a child until I moved back to Birmingham in 2006.