Today I want to share with you one of my hidden struggles and how I have learned to rise above it. I’m a mom with chronic health issues. I hope my tips will help you if you struggle with health issues as well. I have mentioned briefly before that I
When you think of daily habits, you might think of making your bed, unloading the dishwasher, or brushing your teeth. These are all great habits, but I bet your life would not fall apart if you forgot them. Today, I want to talk about a habit that you really can’t
(This post was originally published January, 2012. We hope it is a blessing to you this year, too.) We are part way through the winter months and it is exciting to think that the spring feasts will soon be upon us. We are already making preparations for Passover this year.
As much as I would sometimes like them to disappear entirely, emotions are a very real part of our lives. We feel angry, sad, elated, silly, anxious, relieved, the list goes on. Why do we have emotions? Why do we feel guilty for having them? What does Torah say? I
Prophecy can be a fascinating topic of discussion. My husband often reads news articles and ponders how they could relate to prophecy. We believe YHVH has led us to prepare our family in certain ways for the days ahead. But you may have noticed that Torah Family Living has a
(Exodus 10:1-13:22) The eighth plague came from the east. Pharaoh had refused to even listen to the counsel of his fellow Egyptians. They had warned him that Egypt was already ruined. But he would not humble himself. So the locusts blew in with a vengeance. The Hebrews watched in horror
So I lost two babies in one night and cried my eyes out. The next morning, our last baby goat was acting sick. He didn’t come when called, didn’t eat, and wobbled when he walked. Before long, he wouldn’t stand at all. I discovered that he was probably infected with
I was recently accused of being stereotypical. I accept that “insult.” In our house, Daddy does certain jobs, and Mommy does certain jobs. Daddy defends the home, protects us, guides us, earns the paycheck to support us. Mommy does the majority of the cooking, cleans the house, and teaches the