Giveaway: Footer Foot Measure

Footer Foot Measure

The holiday shopping season is right around the corner. And with more and more shoppers making online purchases each year, there’s a good chance that many of you will be browsing for gifts by way of your web browser instead of browsing through the store. read more

Have a Peaceful Week


When our minds are saturated with thoughts of God’s unfailing love, it puts us in a state of perfect peace. Let’s have a peaceful week, my friends – rejecting negative thoughts while keeping our minds stayed on Him. read more

Meet Renee Clarke

Renee ClarkeNumber of Children: 2
Ages of Children: 15 & 30
Occupation: Founder of Mother-Daughter Initiative, Former Washington Redskins’ Cheerleader
Age: 49

What do you like most about being a parent?

What I love about being a parent is watching my children accomplish their goals and dreams. I enjoyed watching my son become a great athlete. I am enjoying watching my daughter become an accomplished violinist. read more

Parents’ Words are Powerful


Our words are powerful – greatly influencing our children. Every word, no matter how insignificant it seems, is assessed by our children. Let’s speak words that will uplift them and minister grace to their ears. read more

Grow a Bean Plant: Parent & Child Activity

Bean Plant

Beans are hearty – full of fiber, protein, and other nutrients. But that’s not all: they’re great for crafts, counting & sorting, and read more

Why Parents Should Think Less and Smile More

smiling couple
This Week’s Parent Job Power Devotional

Immersed in the hustle and bustle of life and parenting, many parents may often find themselves deep in thought. Trust me, I’ve been there. There were moments when read more

Writing Process Folder for Kids

writing process folder

Where did the time go?! It feels like just yesterday I was preparing for my children’s first day of school, and now it’s October already. But I’m not complaining; October is a great time to help children fine-tune their read more

Parenting with kindness, Patience, and Abundant Forgiveness


This Week’s Parent Job Power Devotional

Children can irritate their parents better than anyone else. So, to have any level of success with parenting, it takes kindness, patience, and read more

Fall Reading Challenge

fall leaf

Fall is back already! And that means it’s time for another reading challenge! Our summer reading challenge ended with a sweet treat, here’s a before and after of read more

Oh, No! I’ve Nitpicked!

mean teacher

This Week’s Parent Job Power Devotional

There are only a few things I remember about my kindergarten teacher. Besides her name and her making the class take naps at the peak of my energy level, I remember her shadow.

Almost every time I started writing, she would walk toward me. read more