Ladies, one of the most important things we will ever do is pray for our husbands. It should be our “go-to” move when all else fails. But, really, we want this to become our “go-to” move before we do anything else. (This picture is my husband at work before he moved his office home. He […]
We flew back to Moscow from Izhevsk and arrived in the evening. The next day we had about 8 hours to sight-see before we flew south to Stavropol to meet Ilya. (Luke 10 months old) This is Matt in front of the subway entrance.
I was working on another post this morning when the following happened: The Flood Last night when I turned on the kitchen faucet, water poured out under the sink and onto the kitchen floor. It was 5:30pm and we were not going to call the plumber on overtime. We were in the middle of feeding […]
When Henry was a baby, I decided to memorize my first scripture. I asked my friend Jen, which one I should start with and she recommended Psalm 23. Put It To Music I realized quickly that putting it to music would help, so since I was rocking a baby to sleep for naps and at […]
What, you might be asking, could these two things possibly have to do with each other. Well, I think God is trying to get our attention in any way possible these days, so He shows up where we would least expect Him. I want to show you how I use my phone during my God-time. […]
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About a year or two ago I came across a prayer in the back of a book called Protecting Your Family in Dangerous Times by Kellie Copeland-Kutz. She is a wife and mother. It spoke to my heart so I copied it down and put it with my regular God-time stuff that I will continue […]
It’s 5:30am. I’ve just had my first cup of tea in bed. (That’s Oregon. I just like this photo.) I’m about halfway through my God Time and I’m thinking I’m so glad I got up early because I know, without any doubt, my days go better when I’ve spent time with the Big Guy upstairs. But, […]
Allyn Cox Oil on Canvas 1973-1974 George Washington was sworn in as the nation’s first president on April 30, 1789, on the balcony of Federal Hall in New York. The mural depicts (from left to right) Robert R. Livingston, chancellor of the state of New York, administering the oath; Secretary of the Senate Samuel Otis […]
Lorenzo and Jennifer Dunford. Hannah 12, Nathaniel 11, Micah 9, Caleb 6, Esther 5, Ben 3, Phoebe 1 and Abigail (not pictured)(born 3-27-09) Gotta Give Credit Before I can go a minute further with this website, I must tell you about and give credit to the people God sent into my life to help me […]