Author: Erica

Stick Figures and Whispers- The Resurrection Story

“Can you draw Jesus again Mommy?” my three year old asked in a loud whisper. We were sitting together at our Good Friday service. Minutes earlier Josiah was on the…
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The Last Supper- Jesus Washes His Disciples Feet

At the end of a long day and a rough bedtime, I force myself to head downstairs to the kitchen sink emotionally, mentally and physically exhausted. As I'm cleaning up…
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How Then Shall We Raise Our Sons

Recently, an impending snow storm warranted a family trip to the store for new snow gear. While looking at the selection of gloves in front of us, my three year…
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Wives, It’s Time To Wake Up!

Let's pull our heads out of the sand shall we? It is no secret that there are alluring and enticing women all over my husband's computer. In the sense, of…
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Gingerbread House Meltdown

It was Thursday. My husband is gone every Thursday so I run solo doing dinner and bedtime. But this month is December, a time to pack in more activities (NO!)…
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5 Truths to Teach Our Children About Prayer

My children range in age from 12 years to 12 months. One of the greatest joys as a Christian parent is leading and teaching our children about prayer.  In every…
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Multi-Generational Living- A Father’s Legacy

"There's no town softball league any more!?"  I played softball all through my elementary years. Every Saturday we had games at a large town field complex. Each weekend the fields would…
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Talking Snapdragons

One of my most favorite memories took place when I was around 4 years old. All my pre-school years were spent at home with my mother all to myself because…
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I May Not Be “Unique”

"He must increase I must decrease" - JOHN the Baptizer "What sets you apart from other Christian speakers and writers?" This is a dreaded question for me. And what's worse…
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10 Minutes Before Dinner

Lucy, the second oldest, is sitting at the table and likely has been, before I even filled her plate. As I set it in front of her, her eyes widen…
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