Eternity Above Now

Eternity Above Now came from a season of my life that had me feeling overwhelmed with keeping up with expectations I put on myself. We had just had our third child and my hands were simply too full to keep up with the perfect little world I tried so hard to create. I’m not sure…


Easy Ways to Feed Your Family Spiritually and Physically

On the way to school our older two children take turns reading the scripture. Then we try to use it in our prayer. The neat thing about God’s Word is that you don’t have to know it all for Him to use it in your heart. And He loves when we use His Word to…


Game Changer

The countdown to baseball season has begun!! It’s no secret it’s my favorite time of year. I began this journey almost two decades ago as a wife learning to pray her way through her husband’s professional baseball career. I shared a few years ago how I learned to pray for Brian while he was still…

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