7/20/14 Weekly Meal Plan & Goals

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This post may contain affiliate links.  I know I’ve been a little erratic with posting our weekly menu. The weekends are so full now that we’ve resumed homeschooling, so Saturdays have become a planning day for me. I plan our meals, activities & appointments for the week, and all of our school work. This coming […]

Have You Become Complacent in Your Walk with God?

GrowinginHisglory.com: Are You Confusing Contentment with Complacency in Your Walk with God?

This post contains affiliate links. See my disclosure policy for details. Contentment is a daily trial for me. Like being patient and guarding my tongue, I struggle to find joy in my circumstances. Philippians 4:11-13 are verses I read and meditate on often in hopes of procuring an ounce of Paul’s contentment. Part of my […]

What “Bible Time” with Littles Looks Like + A Giveaway!!!

Growing in His Glory: Bible Time with Littles + a Giveaway!!

This post contain affiliate links. Thanks for supporting my website! See my disclosure policy for more details. Last week I posted about an amazing Bible curriculum the girls and I are working through called Bible Road Trip. For more details about what Bible Road Trip is, check out that post. This week I want to […]

7/6/14 Weekly Meal Plan {The Eat-Out-of-the-Freezer Edition}

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Hi, friends! I apologize for not posting our meal plan last week. We did have one but a busy weekend kept me getting on the website. And even though I’ve had a long weekend to post this week’s meal plan, I’m just now getting around to it–at 9:00 Sunday night. Oh, well, you do what you can do! […]

A Bible Study for Kids You’ll Love!

GrowinginHisGlory: Bible Road Trip, a Bible Study for Kids You'll Love!

This post contains affiliate links. Thanks for supporting our family. See my disclosure policy for more info. Recently, I’ve mentioned in passing about this amazing Bible curriculum I’m using with my young girls, ages 5, 3, & 2. In the past, we have taken our daily Bible study time in several different directions: We’ve read through […]

Homeschooling First Grade: Our Goals + Helpful Resources

Growing in His Glory: Homeschooling First Grade: Our Goals + Planning Resources

This post contains affiliate links. Thanks for supporting our family! See my disclosure policy for more details. Back in March as we were finishing up our Kindergarten work, I created a handy printable to help me plan for the upcoming First Grade year. As I researched and planned for homeschooling first grade, I realized very quickly […]

For When You Question God’s Plan for Your Life

Growing in His Glory: For When You Start to Question God's Plan for Your LIfe

Lately, I’ve been down on myself for not getting everything on my To-Do List checked off. (Am I the only one like this?) I’ve felt like I should be doing more with my life and have overcommitted (yet again) at a season when I shouldn’t have. Why? To feel personal significance (Tell me I’m not […]

Our Summer Homeschooling Routine: A Work in Progress

Growing in His Glory: Our Summer Homeschool Routine

This post may contain affiliate links, which help support our homeschool & family at no expense to you. See my disclosure policy for more information. I posted recently about our decision to homeschool year round. The freedom and flexibility a year-round schedule provides is a boon to my type-A personality of getting things done and not wasting time. […]

6/22/14 Weekly Meal Plan

Weekly Meal Plan

Vacation Bible School begins this week at our church, which means from Sunday to Wednesday, our family has the opportunity to eat two dinners: dinner at home before church (because we usually eat around 6:00), followed by a late second dinner after VBS. Our church is great about feeding its members I’ve also been blessed […]

Accomplish Goals the Stupid-Easy Way

Growing in His Glory: Accomplish Goals the Stupid-Easy Way

Today’s final guest post on goal-setting is by my sweet friend Tauna of Proverbial Homemaker. If you’ve lost sight of your goals, see what Tauna recommends to get back on track. All is not lost!  For more posts on goal-setting, click here. Hey, remember those goals and plans you made in January? You’ve probably been working on them […]