Thanks so much for following along this year on the blog! Things were a little different around here this year due to not one, but TWO month-long podcasting marathons, plus a pretty cool job writing Sunday school curriculum for Lifeway. Oh, and that whole pastor’s wife and mom of three gig. Thank you for reading and sharing! Here are my most shared posts of the year.
Your Body is a Temple, Not an Idol It seems that it took my until I hit 40 to finally begin to recognize how much time I spend thinking about the way that I look. Obsessing would be a more appropriate word. This post shares some thoughts about what this type of thinking is doing to our spiritual growth.
What Christine Blasey Ford is Teaching Christians about Worldview One of the biggest news stories of the year unveiled some disturbing trends about the way the world is trying to teach us to think. Here I attempt to explain how the Christian worldview is radically different.
A Plea to Parents This post explores one way that we, as parents, can assess our own spiritual condition.
Be a Mama Who Prays A metaphor to help us understand how crazy it is that we don’t spend more time in prayer for our children.
Your Husband’s Porn Problem is Not About You Bebunking a myth that too many women believe: that a husband’s porn problem is a reflection of how he feels about his wife.
The Long Drive Home Here I share a painful memory from high school and what it taught me about myself. I pray that I will never forget that long drive home or what a missed gospel opportunity feels like.
Don’t Miss the Intimate Moments in Your Marriage A few simple thoughts about how much intimacy most of us don’t even notice in our day to day lives.
Mothers, Teach Your Sons Encouragement for moms of boys: you, too, should be teaching your sons about sex, relationships, women, and how to be a man.
A Prayer for My Children, Growing Up in Troubled Times I’ve been thinking through the ways I want to pray for my children. I’m so grateful that He hears me. (No perfect prayers necessary.)
Love Must Be Tender …even in the tough times.