Because of Proverbs 22:6, I would cry out, “Lord, You are omniscient, all knowing. I don’t know what to do as a parent. Your Word says for us to train up a child in the way he should go… I don’t know ‘the way each child should go,’ but You do. You have future plans for each of our children, which I as a parent know nothing about. That is why I desperately need Your wisdom today.Continue reading
Decide if you are going to use paper products or your regular dishes. Guests really won’t care. I know this goes against everything we were taught but we are trying to entertain with ease. Paper products aren’t like they use to be. You can find some great products and set a beautiful table.Continue reading
Prioritize the things that are most important to you and your family and organize your schedule around them. Choose activities that are meaningful and memorable for the whole family and let other things slide.
When our boys were growing up we hosted a neighborhood birthday party for Jesus. Neighbors from all religions as well as no religion came. I had them bring gifts to give our local home for unwed mothers. We “acted out” the NativityContinue reading
Want to cook up the Perfect Turkey for your Thanksgiving meal? You can do it! I tested this recipe myself. Because the turkey turns out amazingly delicious, juicy and tender, slices beautifully, barely shrinks in size and the vitamins and proteins are not harmed because of the low cooking temperature, I thought I would share it on my blog. The Perfect Turkey Recipe is from Emilie Barnes book, “The 15 Minute Organizer.” Happy Thanksgiving to all my readers! I am thankful for you!Continue reading
Do you enjoy having people in your home?
Do you enjoy watching people meet and have fun at parties and events you helped to plan and host?
Is your home the kind that most people feel comfortable in and drop by to visit unannounced?
Do you consider your home as a place of ministry?
If you responded “yes” then maybe you have the spiritual gift of hospitality which is considered one of the “serving” spiritual gifts. It is the special ability God gives to some to provide an open home and warm welcome to those in need of food, lodging, and fellowship. It involves a readiness to invite strangers to your home for the sake of the Gospel.Continue reading