Children are imitators - Lisa Clark
You know it’s true. Just say a word you don’t want a 3-year-old saying, and you’ll hear him say it so fast your head spins.
A Place of Springs - Lisa Tyson
Winter - Holly Shivers
A Hillsong Worship song entitled Seasons has been on repeat in our home for a few weeks now.
Hillary Kouba - Summer 2020
I’m not going to lie...at first I wasn’t sure if Griffin would make it through the week. He’d seen his three older siblings go to camp the last four years and have the best time and he’d even gone himself last year but he woke up Sunday morning already worried about being homesick while at camp and wasn’t really thrilled about being gone all week.
Heartbeat of Your Home - Terrie Chevaillier
She is clothed with strength and dignity, and she laughs without fear of the future. When she speaks, her words are wise, and she gives instruction with kindness.
It’s Friday (today). But Sunday’s Coming! - Tori Miller
It’s Friday (today). But Sunday’s Coming!
Let’s do this together - Tori Miller
Today as I ventured out for some essentials wearing a face mask for the first time-I was overwhelmed with two distinct thoughts about masks.
Stronger Than a Mask: Protection from Unseen Enemies - Elizabeth Elliot
Just a few weeks ago, it would’ve been strange to walk into a grocery store and see people wearing latex gloves as they push their carts and face masks as they traverse the aisles.
Family Camp at home - Tamara Willmann
One week a year I get to spend uninterrupted time with my family at Sky Ranch Family Camp. This is my favorite week of the year.
You Can’t Close The Church!
I am really good at worrying—actually, I excel at it.
Parenting with Confidence (When We Don’t Have all the Answers…)
Well, we’re 3 months into 2020 and we’ve entered uncharted waters, at least for our generation. And during these unscripted times of life, it’s important for us, the parents to be confident.
Let us not become weary in doing good - Kelly Pyke
“Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up.” -Galatians 6:9
That will only last a little while - Sarah Fincher
As a new mom I was completely discouraged at how often I’d hear, “That will only last a little while.”
A discipline that I practice often is praying Scripture.
Letter from Tori
He Sees, He Knows & He Cares - Erika Smith
I love reading stories in the Bible and seeing how God uses those same stories to show me how my life is not too different.
Christmas Memories - Lisa Clark
Christmas memories…they warm our hearts as we remember all the magical moments throughout the year
The Secret Place
He who dwells in the secret place of the Most High shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty. Psalm 91:1
RESTING IN HIM - Candice Myers
As it generally does for moms with school aged children, summer ended like the last yards of swimming the English Channel, only for us to have to take a big giant breath and dive back in to do it all again. Impossible. It sometimes feels impossible.
Do not be anxious - Lisa Clark
I want to encourage the worried moms today. Do you tend to lean toward being a worrier?
Follow the Leader - Terrie Chevaillier
"And you should imitate me, just as I imitate Christ."
1 Corinthians 11:1
Defined By Our Scars - Lisa Tyson
One of my favorite preachers of the gospel is a man by the name of Louie Giglio. I first heard him speak as the camp speaker while I was in high school.
No need to Mom so hard - Terrie Chevaillier
NO NEED TO MOM SO HARD!
You will receive the strength you need when you stay calm and trust in me. Isaiah 30:15
The Lord will go before your children - Terrie Chevaillier
You go before me and follow me. You place your hand of blessing on my head. Psalm 139:5 (NLT)
The best is yet to come - Candice Myers
Retailers have cleared the shelves of Easter related products. The white patent dress shoes that were shiny and new just a short time ago now have black scuff marks on the side and the soles.
Defeated No More - Lainie Montgomery
Defeated. Moms, you know the feeling: The plan for a homecooked dinner that turns into another crazy, eat-on-the-run meal; the intentional family devotional time that turns into a sibling wrestling match; the unwanted comparison game that leaves you feeling discontent and unsatisfied; the heartbreak of a broken relationship you don’t know how to fix; the words and tones you wish you could unwind.
Lainie Montgomery - Celebrating the Biggest Win
We all love to celebrate a good win. We celebrate birthdays, holidays, games and achievements. One of the things that my husband and I committed to do when our children were young was creating family traditions around our celebrations.
Make family time a new years resolution! Begin this new year well by sharing God’s Word as a family. Would you like one free copy of the Sky Ranch Family Devotional – Boom Town sent to you? Request your free copy today! Visit Stacyadavis.com and request one in the contact section.
I am praying for you!
Walking Alone - Lisa Clark
I remember finding one of our daughters crying in her room one day. She wasn’t a crier so this was hard.
All In Devotional by Stacy Davis- The Gift of God
You receive gifts in your relationship with God. He loves you so much that He tells you the truth about the penalty of sin, and He provides a free way to escape the punishment of sin if you accept Him.
The Overflowing Cup - Terrie Chevaillier
You have a cup that you walk around with. So do your friends. I have a cup. It’s an invisible cup that we hold out each day.
All In Devotional by Stacy Davis - God Hears You
The relationship God has with the Israelites in the Old Testament illustrates the compassion of God. God listens.
Man's Best Friend - Terrie Chevaillier
Let me just start by making it very clear that I love our dog Starsky. He brings so much joy and fun to our family.
All In Devotional by Stacy Davis - God is Just
The justice of God is another characteristic that defines Him. Justice, in these passages, means God’s fair judgment. God is a just judge.
Life Pillars - Angie Tingle
Something that I wish I had started at a young age is to pay attention to Life Pillars!
Why Obey? - Lisa Clark
“Because I said so.” Have you ever said these 4 words? Bet you have. Me, too. Guilty.
All In Devotional by Stacy Davis - God is Righteous
Another characteristic of God that does not change is His righteousness. God always does the right thing. God does not lie; He is always truthful.
All In Devotional by Stacy Davis - God is Holy
This post focuses on the character of God. Certain words describe Him well and “holiness” is one of those words. The “Holiness of God” means that God is set apart.
Waiting on Something Good? - Terrie Chevaillier
Are you waiting on something right now for yourself or one of your children? If so, take comfort and heart in this verse.
All In Devotional by Stacy Davis - God is Sufficient
God is Sufficient; He truly is all that you need, which makes Him unique.
All In Devotional by Stacy Davis - God is Omniscient
God is unique because He is omniscient, which means that God knows the past, present and future at the same time.
All In Devotional by Stacy Davis - God is Omnipresent
Another unique characteristic of God is His omnipresence. God is
everywhere at the same time.
All In Devotional by Stacy Davis - God is Omnipotent
As you journey through the topic of God’s uniqueness, notice how scripture shares that God is all-powerful or omnipotent. God is powerful.
Thoughts are Things - Lisa Clark
Have you ever heard the saying, “Thoughts are things”? I heard it recently and I really thought about it, no pun intended.
All In Devotional by Stacy Davis - God is Sovereign
To understand God’s uniqueness a little more, focus on another truth that scripture teaches: the sovereignty of God.