I never knew the power of praying scripture until a friend introduced me to the idea. I now love adding names to scripture to claim God’s truth. I’ve pulled together this list of scripture to pray for your children to help you do the same. Last year I put together a list of Bible verses …
As the year comes to a close let’s take a gander at the top posts of 2019 here on My Joy in Chaos. I took a good portion of the year off so it was interesting to see what made the cut! As usual, this year flew by. I remember when I decided to take …
Spring has sprung and with it our desire to whip our homes into shape after keeping them closed up all winter. Ultimate Bundles knows this and wants to help you make homemaking easier. Each spring they introduce a new Ultimate Homemaking Bundle and today is the day it is open for purchase!
This review is going to go over the nitty gritty of what the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle is and how it can help (or not help) you. I want this to be an honest review so I’ll be covering who this bundle is for, who shouldn’t buy it, my favorite products, and my final impressions.
How do you pray for the people and relationships in your life? We pray over our marriage every night and we each pray for each other, but these are regular prayers with our own words. Nothing wrong with that at all, but do you ever pray using scripture?
I searched and searched and while there are hundreds, if not thousands of verses you can use as prayers, I wanted to pull out a manageable number. I started with about twenty verses but as I searched I came across more and more that really spoke to me and I knew I needed to expand my list. As I wrote each verse as a prayer I inserted Micah’s name and could feel the power these prayers can have. God’s Word is living and active – it’s no wonder I could sense the Spirit moving in me!
Why is being a mom so hard? What should I do when I feel overwhelmed by kids, chores, work, and endless to-do lists? Here are 40 ideas for calming your chaos, bringing peace to your heart, and helping you love motherhood again.
Decorating for Christmas is one of our absolute FAVORITE days. I plan a special meal (or a few special meals), we crank up the tunes, and spend the day transforming the house from every day into a winter wonderland.
I’ve been carefully curating decor that not only brings a festive feeling to our home but reminds us of the real joy of the season – Jesus!
There is this lie that says if we trust God enough, if we wait long enough for His timing, that what we dream of and hope for will happen. If we try to do it ourselves then we are going against God and His plans.
Each summer I have anticipated a larger return, only to wonder why my plants weren’t producing. Oh sure, we’d get a cup or two total, but with the amount of plants we had I thought for sure we should be getting more! I mean, a typical picking produced enough for the kids and I to each get a couple berries – not exactly what we were hoping for!
Only this summer, four years after moving in, did the lesson I didn’t know I needed sink in. And not just about raspberries, but about everything.
We all have these lists of activities or goals we want but most of us seem content keeping them as a wish list. Okay, maybe not so content. We love to daydream of what life would look like if we said goodbye to the daily grind of our 9-5 job and started our own business, or how fulfilling it would be to help out at the teen pregnancy center in town, but that’s as far as we get. We dream. We let the voices of doubt creep in and set our dreams and wishes aside.
The Spirit of God Illustrated Bible for Kids is a beautiful and unique version of more than forty Bible stories focused on God’s power and presence.