• What Are You Pursuing
    Church and Faith

    What Are You Pursuing?

    Life has much to offer. Good food, big homes, nice cars, expensive clothes. Here in the U.S., we often take for granted that anything our heart desires, at least in terms of the tangible, is within reach. And yet, we are almost all in danger when it comes to what our heart wants and what we already have. A lot of us have fallen victim in the pursuit of money. Surrounded by Blessings Most of us have nice jobs. We have access to healthcare. Access to grocery stores teeming with every kind of food imaginable. We’re blessed with shelter in the form of two story homes with wall to wall…

  • Best Christmas Gifts for Boys
    Family,  Holidays

    Minecraft Christmas

    Are you stumped about what to get your kids for Christmas this year? Looking for some Christmas gift ideas for boys? As a mother of four boys, me drop a hint for Christmas. My boys are all about Minecraft. Minecraft is the new big thing. So when I asked them weeks ago to make a Christmas list, it appeared from glancing at their wish lists that it was destined to be a Minecraft Christmas.   Minecraft In case you don’t have time to watch your kids play, Minecraft is a pretty neat game. You can do creative mode and build anything you can imagine. It’s similar to building with Legos,…

  • The Blessed And Busy Family Attitude of Gratitude
    Church and Faith

    Importance of Gratitude

    November in the United States has one of the more celebrated holidays of any other time of the year and made all the more important because it’s the perfect time to highlight the importance of gratitude. An attitude of gratitude can be the difference between happiness and bitterness. Between contentedness and coveting this time of year. Giving Thanks Right after Halloween, and right before Christmas, lands THANKSgiving. The perfect time… to give thanks. A couple of years back, my family started a tradition for my older children. Towards Thanksgiving,  we write down what we’re most thankful for on pieces of construction paper and then clip each “leaf” in a clip…