10 Practical Ways to Bless Foster Parents

Want to make an impact in your community? Serve a foster family. List of 10 practical ideas to bless foster parents from someone who's been there.

May is National Foster Care Month. Let's bless foster parents by recognizing their contribution and offering a little practical encouragement.   If you are or ever have been a foster parent, thank you. Thank you for dedicating your heart, your time, and your family to being a safe, secure, nurturing environment for children unable to currently remain with … [Read more...]

Love Fostering + Grace & Truth {Week 57}

I think you all know how important foster care and adoption are to our family. We started our journey to children back in 2009 through our local foster care system. God had other plans for our family, so we weren't ever able to foster, but our hearts have always been drawn to sharing Christ's love with this broken system. And if you've been around here any length of time, you … [Read more...]

Holy Moments + Grace & Truth {Week 18}

Grace & Truth : A Weekly Christian Link Up

Motherhood is filled with holy moments. The ones that compel your eyes to linger on tiny faces just a little while longer. The ones that pull on your heartstrings and bring tears to your eyes. In today's featured post. Melanie Singleton shares a poem that beautifully illustrates these moments in a way that will touch your soul and inspire you to look for holy … [Read more...]

Our Favorite Blog Posts from 2014

Our 2014 Favorites | Picks from around the Blogisphere in 5 Family-Friendly Categories! | Satisfaction Through Christ

Picks From Around the Blogosphere in Five Family Friendly Categories!     We hope you enjoy these great posts from favorite blogs in 2014! Below are five picks from five family-friendly categories. Enjoy!       I love this epic list of 95 Ways to Show Your Child Love from Busy Being Blessed! My Joy Filled Life's, Tips for … [Read more...]

Why Become a Foster Parent?

We didn't realize it at the time, but when my husband and I began to consider foster parenting, we may have had a slight "savior complex" going on. Ahem. We knew there would be sacrifices involved. But we counted them worthwhile as we anticipated swooping into places where children were being severely abused and callously neglected, scooping them up into our arms and … [Read more...]