I will never forget the season when Barack Obama was running for president of the United States. My hunch is that you will never forget it either… his slogan is still with us today. “Hope and change.” It worked, of course. After all, who doesn’t want hope and change? We are a people in dire need of hope! Here’s the thing though, mom: we need to tell our children the truth about hope. Hope isn’t something that we manufacture. It isn’t something we can get from a politician or even a pastor. We don’t have hope because of a policy or a medical procedure. As Christians, we have hope because of Jesus. Continue reading Real Hope and Change | #1002
In a world of chaos, we need the gospel now more than ever. Why don’t we share it more easily?
Continue reading Tell Everyone: The Power of the Gospel | #1001
GIVEAWAY ALERT! Happy Anniversary to the HSJ Podcast! Today, my husband is joining me for a look back over eight years of podcasting. Listen in and enjoy! Continue reading 1000 Episodes — a Look Back with Jay St. John | 1000
19 years ago today, our nation was attacked in one of the worst terrorist attacks in history. Today, we’re being attacked from within. Across the United States right now, police officers are being vilified and maligned as Marxists work to defund the police and promote lawlessness. Today, I sit down with Janel Ralat, wife of a police officer in Las Vegas to discuss what it’s like for the families of our brave men and women on the front lines and how we can support them in practical ways.
Tricia Goyer has been homeschooling special needs kids for over 15 years, and today she joins me to talk about five ways that you can Set your homeschool year up for success and make it to the end of the year with joy!
Are you new to homeschooling? If so, plan to be encouraged as I spend some time talking with my friend, author and homeschool mom of nearly twenty-five years Tricia Goyer.
As the mother of seven mostly-grown children and (currently) three precious grandchildren, I am always interested in ways that I can be an example of action rather than apathy in my life as a Christ-follower.
Today, remember that your children will care about what you care about. Does it break God’s heart? If so, it should break ours, too.