Spiritual Motherhood

A comment was made to me the day before leaving a training week for summer missionaries. “Sister, I bet you will be glad to say good-bye to us and get back home.” Little did she know that it was the furthest from the truth. In fact, my heart was already […]

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A Year of No Spending

The calling started somewhere between wanting to keep Christmas sacred and desiring to grow our family in an ever shrinking house. We wanted to move and improve, but everything centered around the title youth minister can make that hard to achieve. Budgeting is already quite familiar, but student loans, thriving […]

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Spiritual Motherhood

I’ve always wanted to be a mom. As the second oldest in a family of eight, it was naturally ingrained in my being. I was changing diapers, cleaning scraped knees, and singing babies to sleep before I could properly tie my shoelaces. I could make sense of gibberish and my […]

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