Category: Family Values

We didn’t follow through on our advent plans as well as we did in the previous years, simply for the fact that our lives are increasingly becoming busier, especially during the holidays. In addition, the kids are out playing with

Read more

Spent our afternoon “trick-or-treating in reverse.” A great idea by our church @springwellsc to bless the community. #lovemychurch #halloween2016

I asked her to draw a picture for our sponsor child and this was what she chose to draw. There is so much depth to her; she constantly surprises me. (Note: the writing says, “He is *our Savior! We love

Read more

My Facebook Post: I often find myself feeling like I’m not patient enough, fun enough, warm/affectionate enough, or “enjoying the moment” enough, but I am forever grateful that in His wisdom and grace, God chose me as the perfect fit

Read more

Happy Easter! We enjoyed our visit from PapaG and Mimi this past week. Today and always, I rejoice in the Truth that my Savior lives. Thankful for all His blessings. #Easter2016

Our girls have been doing a GREAT job helping our church out by putting together the weekly bulletins. Peanut is super fast and MiniLu really thinks it’s a fun project. LittleBit is tired of it after a few minutes, but

Read more

Parry Advent Day 25: Look under your pillow and find a new book to unwrap (a new tradition we started this year). This year each girl got a new Bible. Our prayer is that they will grow to love God

Read more

Today (Christmas Eve), we drove around town passing out goodies and gifts. We prayed that God would lead us to the right people and places; we prayed that the gifts will ultimately end in the hands of people who will

Read more

Day 17: Go visit someone who needs encouragement. It only took a few min of our day but made a huge difference. She loved the Christmas card the girls made for her…and she also LOVED the V-Toe socks! #advent2015 #holidays2015#beablessing

We went on a tour of the Compassion Experience today. We met up with Peanut’s friend from school and her mom. We hoped for our children to get a glimpse of what it’s like to live in a third-world country. God, please

Read more

Load More