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 […]

A Prayer For Our Husbands

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.

The Turning Point – Russian Adoption Journal Part 5

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 […]

Jesus And The Kitchen Faucet

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 […]

Psalm 23 – For Babies & Daddies

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.  […]

God and The Iphone