5 Ways to Teach Kindness to Your Kids

In today’s world, any act of kindness is a breath of fresh air. But when you see children being kind to each other, it’s extra sweet. I love seeing brothers and sisters helping one another, or one child comforting another … Continue reading

Six Benefits of Attending a Small Church

According to Barna Research in their 2016 State of the Church study, of all church attendees, “almost half (46%) attend a church of 100 or fewer members. More than one-third (37%) attend a midsize church of over 100, but not … Continue reading

Easter Ideas for Kids

When I was a child, my siblings and I never had Easter baskets. Our sole focus was on Jesus’ resurrection and church events. We did get new Easter clothes, usually a dress, white sweater, white gloves, and a bonnet. We … Continue reading

Anne of Green Gables Party

My daughter, Jessica, just finished reading Anne of Green Gables as a bedtime story to her children. Her six-year-old daughter, Lilly, especially liked it. Lilly has six brothers and a baby sister, Lucy. When I mentioned that we had the … Continue reading