The Parenting Accolades

The Parenting Accolades

At Rest by Pino Daeni The other day, as I was hovering over the cold tiles of the bathroom floor, blowing disorderly strands of hair out of my face, in order to properly clean the pee off the bathroom floor, my two-year-old snuck up behind me. Placing his small...
These Moments are Fleeting

These Moments are Fleeting

After the second sleepless night in a row, due to three kids intermittently waking, I have cause to wonder…or imagine…or maybe even hallucinate many things! “Sleep deprivation is a method of torture, you know,” remarks my husband. This said as...
God vs. Government on Marriage

God vs. Government on Marriage

As the world continues spinning, we must always remember, we are not made for this world. Governing bodies make decisions, laws are instituted, wars are waged. We march into battle to escape an oppressive regime, then slowly create one for ourselves, constantly...
The Power to Unplug

The Power to Unplug

  Texts, Emails, Facebook Posts, Tweets, The Latest Pin, News and Weather, Top Stories and Enticing Articles; all on the small alluring screen of our phone! The power of information, updates, and entertainment provided by this magical handheld device, often make...
Behold, I Make All Things New

Behold, I Make All Things New

  The second Person of the Trinity could have come to us in so many ways, but he chose to come through the womb of a virgin. He came as a baby. Behold, I make all things new Babies have a way of making things “new” for the family and the world. Truly,...
Bringing Children to Church

Bringing Children to Church

  Little gymnasts flipping over pews, a trail of goldfish in your wake, unsuspecting parishioners jarred by an unidentified flying toy or tug to the hair as they try their best to remain reverent. Is this what Jesus meant when He said “Let the children...