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Jill Atogwe

My Favorite Bible Resources for Kids

One question I receive over and over again is “What are your favorite resources for teaching your kids about Jesus?” And the answer is long, because it’s a lot of things and also, it’s one thing. We use little flash cards our church sends home with the kids to memorize scripture with Oshiolema. We read a bible story every morning and evening. We do different devotionals and listen to worship and bible verses in song. We do catechism questions and repetition…but mostly, I do my best every day to look like Jesus. And I believe that, along with scripture, is the best tool we have. 

The Best of Amazon Prime for Fathers Day



Father’s Day is this weekend, friends. Let me say it again: this weekend. I’m a huge celebrator and gifts are my love language so I’ve had this day on my mind for a while but sometimes Fathers Day sneaks up on us and before we know it, it’s Saturday and we’re having our kids paint a pinecone. If you’re still scrambling for a gift, Here are my favorite Amazon Prime gifts that will arrive to your doorstep promptly in 2 days! And I’m not talking a bouncy ball or a mug here…these are some seriously good gifts. The dad in your life will have no idea you ordered it on your phone on a Wednesday. Win.

Baby Noah.

I had read a few places that naming the baby you’ve lost after miscarriage helps with the finality of it all. It is said to give a sense of identity to this little life that left as quickly as it came, but left an imprint you’ll never remove. I couldn’t decide if this was doing more harm than good, but we settled on “good” winning out and started the name hunt.