Posted on January 9, 2020
By Sarah McDonald One of the most amazing things about parenting is getting to see how different and special each of your children can be in his or her own way.
Posted on October 24, 2019
By Casey Sprehe In our family, we have a routine of sorts when a wrong has been done. The wrong doer must say, “I’m sorry. Do you forgive me?” It’s a pattern my mom taught me as a young girl, and I’ve continued to use it in life.
Posted on September 24, 2019
By Kristy Solis When a child is hurt by a friend, what do you teach or instill in this child? Of course, in faith, my husband and I teach about forgiveness. However, in the moment when my daughter was heartbroken, crying and hurt, it was difficult to discuss forgiveness in the midst of a breakdown.