For years now Jeremy and I have talked about opening a Montessori school in Northern RI. This conversation began as whimsical chatter and over the years began to take shape in our minds. Naturally our reasons for embarking on this journey are somewhat, if not vastly different, but that seemed to strengthen our dialogue because… Continue reading A Change of Plans, and #ohthepeace
Let me be honest here, I can be a bit intense, and lately I have been personally and intimately challenged by the Lord to begin learning how to glorify Him in the daily trials. And let me say that today specifically it was kind of a whatintheworldjusthappenedandwhyiamtellinganotherpersonoffkindaday! So here it goes, an up close and… Continue reading Grace in the daily grime
Ministering to the Heart Take a moment, just a minute, and imagine this moment….. It is a Columbus Day and per the newest court agreement you are scheduled to pick up your daughter at 2pm. In order to balance work and family, you ask your wife to pick up your child from her mother’s… Continue reading Ministering to the Heart
Tonight as I sit down on my cozy bed after having spent minimal time with family and much too much time at work I am worn. I am worn from raising a daughter who is bent on sin. I am worn from not spending time with my youngest daughter, who seems to be growing up… Continue reading The Presence of God in our Lives
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2051466/Rise-GM-foods-creating-crop-spray-resistant-superweeds-scientists-warn.html A while ago I was asked to write a guest post for my sister-in-laws blog, http://burlaptopearls.blogspot.com/, which in and of itself was pretty exciting, until I realized that I had no idea what to say! I was asked to write about GMO’s (genetically modified organisms) and I was completely, 100% stumped! Not because I… Continue reading A Word or Two on Food
My first year of teaching was many years ago at New England Christian Academy, and yet I clearly remember planning for one of my first Bible lessons. I remember it because it stuck with me through the years.The lesson itself was on giving, however, it seemed almost silly to reinforce tithing to 6th graders who… Continue reading Tithing on time….?
A few months ago I sat down to look over the articles in the In Touch magazine. Naturally I had JUST finished looking at my “read through the Bible in a year” checklist and was reminded of just HOW far off my schedule I was. I say “naturally” because that’s how the Holy Spirit works,… Continue reading The Bible, an X-acto knife and success!