The Goods (April 16th)

Help for Quarantined Marriages When you took your spouse “for better or for worse”, I’m sure you didn’t imagine that including “in social freedom or isolation.” Yet, here we are. Both spouses working from home, in tight quarters, with no social outlets available, and anxieties running high. A little bit of conflict is to be …

The Goods (April 14th)

Christianity Has the Resources for Grittiness During Pandemic My husband and I have had many conversations recently about what it looks like to live unselfishly and model Christ’s love during this pandemic. As we ourselves and our friends begin to tire of staying in our homes, we’ve had to remind ourselves that we are choosing …

The Goods (April 9th)

The Final Walk: How Harry Potter Helps Me Understand Jesus’ Love As we approach Good Friday, I had to share this article comparing Harry Potter’s last walk to Jesus’ sacrifice on the cross–spoiler alert, Jesus’ sacrifice accomplished so much more. But I’m a big Harry Potter fan and I thought the author did a great …

The Ultimate Primer for Parenting during a Pandemic (April 7th)

Safe Under His Wings I rarely think of the Lord in terms of a fierce mother who would go to any lengths to protect her young. But the Lord has been stretching my view of Him over the last several weeks. One way in particular is by allowing me to see how He is depicted …

The Goods (March 31st)

Everything’s Canceled! Dealing with Disappointment in Pandemic Before the Coronavirus really hit the United States, I remember looking at my Twitter feed and laughing that #canceleverything was trending. But a week later, when everything was truly being canceled, I was no longer laughing. In fact, I was disappointed. I was disappointed for my friend who …

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