The kids have a day off of school today, the weather has been balmy after the polar vortex, and our freezer has a stock of monster cookies now. One of the highlights this week was the book fair at school. Cracking open a new book is just so exciting (for most of our family, anyway).
I hope you have a wonderful weekend and stay safe and healthy.
This week on the blog
Here are the articles I found this week, hope you enjoy!
An encouragement to stop the blame game and practice growing in our self-control.
My friend Sarah writes, "we need a dogged determination to know God more and more so that when we face our dark valleys our hope in God will not be extinguished."
A reflection on how anger and bitterness impact our homes.
Focus on the Family has put together 5 short videos to help you build opportunities to connect together as a family.
A little preview of Laura Caputo-Wickham's children's book about Betsey Stockton.
"We need to stop asking why this lot and start asking how do I follow Jesus here, cultivating the lot he has given me for his glory?"
Unless you've been to bible school, you likely haven't done much studying in the area of theology, and depend on your church teaching for understanding. I have really appreciated the Knowing Faith podcast, where, in this episode, Jen Wilkin, JT English and Kyle Worley talk about developing a theological method to help you learn and grow.