Pride Can Be a Good Thing

  Pride. Some of us feel it every day, all the time. Some of us, rarely, if ever. When I think of pride, it usually stirs up negative feelings. I think about people who think more highly of themselves than they should.   Pride goes before destruction, a haughty spirit before a fall. Proverbs 16:18 […]

The Ugly Face of Pride

  http://skitguys.com/videos/item/pride I am a very large fan of The Skit Guys. They perform messages perfectly and give a face to some of the Bible messages that are sometimes hard to grasp. The Skit Guys can be so incredibly funny but when I see this video on pride it was shocking; hard to watch but […]

The Day I Stopped Judging Other Moms

I hate controversial topics. I also hate that I feel the need to state my opposing opinions to others. I am working on this daily and praying God will heal this broken piece of my heart. This is one of the reasons I closed my Facebook account temporarily last January. There was too much controversy […]

I Want to be a True Daughter

My life is a perpetual rotation of growth. I am a busy body by nature. I almost never ride in the van without the radio on, I am saturated by constant noise (kids, radio, TV, podcasts, crowds, etc.). I am uncomfortable with quiet, to be honest. Even when I am spending time with God in […]

Humility is More Attractive Than Pride

Philippians 2:3 NIV “Do nothing out of selfish ambition or vain conceit, but in humility consider others better than yourselves.” I saw this cute e-card that says “Be kind to everyone you meet; you never know if they have a toddler at home.” I literally sat on my couch laughing out loud.  But truth be […]

Sacrifice and Pride

It is said that moms know what sacrifice is. They make the ultimate sacrifices for their children, household, day in, day out. I am not downing moms in any way. In fact, whenever I see this I raise my head proudly and say, “YEP! I am a mom!! It’s all about my kids and my husband […]

Learning to Be Patient

Motherhood brings out the best and worst sides of me. I never knew I was capable of living on so little sleep, or keeping a human alive solely on my own body’s ability to produce food. Simultaneously, I never knew how impatient I could become, how easily irritated, how much like all of the things […]

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