Cornerstone

February 2, 2017

Parenting on Purpose

“There is a big difference between parenting intentionally because it’s what you ‘should’ do and parenting intentionally because you have received that kind of intentional love from God and want to echo his love to your kids.”

January 31, 2017

Everyone is Called to Orphan Care

“It’s true that some people can’t ‘do that’ themselves—if by ‘that’ they mean take in a child in their current season of life. But orphan care is much larger than taking in a child. If by ‘that’ we mean care for orphans in their distress, then everyone can—and should—do that themselves.”

January 30, 2017

Imago Dei: Orphans

“Everyone is called to do something to care for orphans in their distress.”

January 23, 2017

Imago Dei: The Unborn

“God’s call isn’t to be exclusively pro-child or pro-woman. Both the prenatal child and her mother were created in the image of God.”

Parenting as Discipleship Conference

This conference is designed to help equip you to raise your children in wisdom, truth, and love.

November 8, 2016

Family Devotions: Where to Start

“I believe that intentional, focused time with your children, teaching them about who God is and what he has done, is invaluable.”

September 21, 2016

The Good Work of Women, Part 5

Work When There is No Choice

“When your vocational choices are limited by finances, it can feel like you are trapped, hopeless, enslaved. But God promises you a secure future with him that even the deepest pangs of this world cannot touch.”

September 14, 2016

The Good Work of Women, Part 4

Trust in the Right Hands

“We can only work with willing hands when we have a deep trust in His sovereign hands.”

September 7, 2016

The Good Work of Women, Part 3

Practical Tips for Integrating Work and Family

“How do you navigate the practical aspects of balancing the high calling of a wife and mother with the constant phone calls from the office?”

August 31, 2016

The Good Work of Women, Part 2

Navigating Work Choices in Marriage

“In discussing this highly complicated topic, I would like to pose two big-picture questions. The most important—how can I best serve and love my family? And second to that, what opportunities for ministry might this choice offer?”