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What Should You Let Your Daughter Wear? (Part 1)  Times are changing and immodesty is becoming the norm. Yet, what should be the norm in your family?

10 Tips for Accountability Partners  Here’s how to pick the best accountability partner, and make the most of your time with her!

Why Moms Need to Take a Chill Pill We moms get uptight far too easily. But God’s word beckons us to calmly carry on, regardless of what’s going on.

Dress to Impress  Modesty is good. But putting effort into being attractive may be more biblical than you realize.

What Every Husband Wants (Part 1)  I think I’ve discovered the secret to being an awesome wife!  Read on to find out… (Part 1 of 3)

The 10 Minute Routine Every Mom Needs For moms of young kids, those moments after walking in the door can be extremely crazy ones. Here is a routine that will transform the chaos into order and intentionality.

Articles published elsewhere:

Confessions of an Unsaved Christian (on Desiring God) After years of looking like a Christian, talking like a Christian, and doing ministry as a “Christian,” I finally saw my desperate need for a Savior.

The List Every Mom Should Make  (on Desiring God) God’s unfailing faithfulness will only give us the comfort we need if we have eyes to see his grace when it comes, and remember it when it’s past.

A (Not So) Revolutionary Strategy for Great Quiet Times (at The Gospel Coalition) If you want to have great quiet times, just start having quiet times.

The Permission Slip of Suffering  (on Desiring God) The story of Adoniram and Ann Judson reminds us to willingly submit to God’s plan, even when it means our children will be running into danger.

Don’t Hold Loved Ones Back from God  (on Desiring God) This world needs more courageous women like Mary Mueller (wife to the well-known George Mueller)–We need people who entrust their loved ones to God and don’t hold them back from costly obedience.