I Know My God will be Faithful

God’s timing is impeccable. The Children’s Ministry magazine this quarter had a story in it that caught my eye.  It was about Willie, a 10-year-old Atlanta boy who sang the song, “Every Praise” for three hours until his kidnapper said, “Get out of the car.” I pulled up a Youtube video showing Willie on a talk show and he said, “I knew that Jesus was going to be with me and He was going to take me through the steps {Read More}

About Kathy Hutto

Kathy Hutto is a wife, homeschooling mother, entrepreneur and author. You can visit her online at http://www.kathyhutto.wordpress.com.

Do I Really Dare to Let God

Dirt poor and illiterate, Lewis Williams had no idea the course his life would take when he asked Christ into his heart. It was the late 1700s and neighbors knew something was different  –Christ brought a complete change in Lewis. His newfound faith led him to a Methodist church in Wales where he was asked, “If Jesus Christ asked you to do some work for Him, would you do it?” Williams, twenty-four years old answered, “Oh yes, whatever Jesus required of {Read More}

About Kellie Renfroe

Kellie and her husband Greg have been married 27 years and have four children ranging in age from 12 to 22. She co-founded Mentoring Moments for Christian Women in 2005. Kellie is a homeschooling mom who enjoys reading and studying the Bible, writing, photography, and learning how to cook.

A Basket of Sunshine

A friend recently shared how someone’s thoughtfulness as she went through an extended recovery after surgery made her day, or rather her days. She received a sunshine basket. The basket was filled with individually wrapped gifts and instructions to unwrap one present each day.  Small items such as a journal, a candle, candies, lotion, or maybe a nail polish are perfectly suited to brighten someone’s day.  Anyone going through a long-term recovery or a significant life change or anyone who {Read More}

About Tracey Cagle

My God brought me out of a pit of my own creation and blessed me beyond my wildest dreams. I am a second wife to my high school sweetheart and mother of four. I work part-time for a market research company and full-time as chauffeur, chef, and cheerleader to the children. I am active in my church home, where I teach a women's Sunday school class and facilitate bible studies. I enjoy volunteering. I write children's stories and have been rejected by some of the most renowned publishing companies in America. My daughter tells me Dr. Seuss was rejected on 17 submissions so I still have a way to go.