Whether you recently dropped off your first child or your last, or even if you have students still at home with you, consider how you can help reassure and establish a strong foundation of faith that will tether them to Christ and guide them in these turbulent college years.
Don’t Leave Facebook for Lent – Take it Over!
So many Christians leave Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and other social media channels for their Lenten devotion or fast. With the purpose of Lent being to rededicate our lives to God and grow in holiness, I understand why so many fast from Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and more for Lent.
St. Dymphna’s Playbook: Finding Mental and Emotional Well-Being
Author and therapist Tommy Tighe states in the introduction of his new book that he wants us to feel heard, loved and supported as we work together to heal from mental health experiences.
The Chosen: Get Used to Different
Are you watching The Chosen? This past year our family began watching “television” more separately than together, with the youngest watching DVR recorded shows while the older teen, my husband, and myself binge watch our own series on our individual...
The Breakfast Club – a Retreat?
Most of us are familiar with the John Hughes 1980s classic movie “The Breakfast Club” where five stereotypical high school students come together for Saturday detention. Strangers in the morning, they spend the day getting to know one another, leaving as friends in...