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Amy is a Cincinnati native. She met her husband in high school, and married young at the ripe age of 21. Teaching has always been one of her passions, so she began teaching 4th graders right out of college. Starting a family earlier than she may have expected, Amy embraced the gift of staying home for 10 years. During that time, Amy and her husband Dan, adopted their sweet daughter Anabel from Guatemala...a tale of learning to wait on God's timing and provision. Bringing Anabel home to 3 big brothers began the adventure of a noisy, energy-filled house with lots to learn about parenting with a balance of structure and grace. After her stay at home mom season, Amy re-entered the teaching world. She continues to learn that the many spheres of work-life balance can all be lumped under the umbrella of "Worship and Obedience"...It beautifully blurs into one. Amy loves colorful food, coffee with friends, being outside, and playing music with family.

I don’t know about you, but I often feel buried under the “have tos” in my life. As a working mom of four, there

what is home to you?

In a world that is constantly changing, we are all tired. We may not realize it, but we are all longing for Home, for

how i'm learning to trust god as my son becomes a man

I half knew it was mistake when I made the call. My brothers had flown into town so that we could celebrate my parents'

You don't have to be a cool mom. How freeing is that statement? I think that somewhere in the midst of childrearing we forget

Celebrating Advent as a Family

For children and adults, the anticipation of the holidays is always exciting. Much of the joy the season brings is in the waiting and

Like many of you, when I started back to work, I was in search of conquering the ever popular phrase "work-life balance." I am

Religion vs. Relationship What Will Grow Your Faith More

We all have our own unique story. For better or worse, our childhood often shapes and forms the way in which we see the

6 things to treasure about pandemic life

I've learned in life that it is really important to look back. To reflect. To pay attention. While COVID-19 still moves among us, many

This Is the Lesson Learned From My Sleepless Nights

For as long as I can remember, I have had sleep problems. When I was a little girl, I would listen for the ticking

How to Trust He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands

I've felt so scattered lately. Do you know the feeling? Not being able to focus on a task and finish it? School has been

This Is My New Exercise Regimen for My Faith

I love new beginnings. I'm a girl who enjoys looking back, reflecting, evaluating, and dreaming for the future. For me, a new day, season,