As I read over my 2014 praise journal, rejoicing over what a great year it had been, I realized I had written all these down in my own journal for me to see throughout the year and later, but what about my kids? Were my kids regularly seeing and being reminded of God's wonderful blessings and answers to our prayers?
Have you ever played Crolf? The past two months I’ve written about our Family Fun Nights, and I just want to emphasize one last time how important it is to set aside time for you family. Playing games together is a great way to interact with your kids. Several years ago we were ready for […]
Video Transcript – Introduction Hi I’m Steve Dwire, Founder of Edify Hub. On today’s Video Tip, I want to show you a sneak preview of the Edify Hub ministry website builder. On November 24, we just launched the pilot program for the Edify Hub ministry website builder tool. We have a select number of missionaries […]
Guess what I discovered as I was straightening the games in our game cupboards? Cooties .... Candy Land .... Hungry Hungry Hippos ....Yes, believe it or not, my youngest is now 11 years old, and we still have some of those games for little ones!
Over the years we have played many games for Family Fun Night (See more about Family Fun Night in my previous post.), and I thought this month I would tell you about some of our favorites.
Pastor Shawn Kook shares how God overcame uncertainty in his life to reveal a clear call out of business and finance into ministry. This is part one of a two-part conversation with Shawn. Here’s a quick overview of what you’ll hear in Episode 6: Update: Progress on the free website builder for missionaries at http://edifyhub.com/2014pilot. Encouragement: Part one […]
Ever wish you had more than 24 hours in a day? Our hours disappear quickly with work, homeschooling, music lessons, church, ministry opportunities, homeschool group activities, housecleaning, yard work ... I'm sure your days are busy too!
With all these activities, we realized that if we didn't schedule in some family time, it might not happen as often as we really wanted it to. Find out what we did.
“I don’t know why I keep crying!” I said to Steve as I put my head against his chest and he wrapped his arms around me. Something unimaginable had happened, and I was really struggling. For the first day, I was either in tears or near tears all day. Every time I was alone in […]
Last month I discussed the various aspects we have included in our family devotions over the years. This month I'd like to share with you some of the resources we have used.
Consistency. That’s a word I hear frequently concerning parenting. Consistency in having family devotions is one of the areas that we struggled in when our children were younger. Not only was it hard to schedule it in, but it was also difficult to decide on what to actually do for devotions. Today, I’d like to share with you the various aspects we have included in our family devotions over the years.