New Scripture Pillowcases For Kids

I’m so excited to share my newest pillowcase designs for kids. Well, adults may enjoy them as well, but I had boys and girls in mind when creating these.

My best seller for kids pillowcases to date is Psalm 56:3 “When I am afraid, I will trust in you.”

The fact is, we all find ourselves afraid at various points in our lives. I want children to grow up knowing in the deepest part of their heart that the God who made them desires they never be afraid because they’ve learned to trust in Him.

I’ve always put scripture around my home so my family can be reminded constantly about what is true. I’ve created scripture pillowcases as a beautiful, tangible way to put scripture before our eyes when we first wake and before we finally drift off for the night.

We need to be reminded we have nothing to fear.

Start your Christmas shopping early for all the boys and girls on your list. Shop my Etsy Shop here.



When You Hear of Wars and Rumors of War, Be Still & Know

A few thoughts today, friends. The news is scary, God’s Word is sure and steady. He doesn’t shake when the world shakes. He is immovable, and by His power, so are we. Stay firm, stay true, stay focused on Him more than the news. He is good and fully in control.

Here’s a video where I share a few words of encouragement.

Also, last week I released a limited edition pillowcase. The Word of the week was worry. Do not worry, be focused more on the Word than the world. Never a more fitting time for this reminder. Today is the very last day to order this pillowcase. Maybe order a few to stash away for the perfect gift when someone you care about needs this reminder.

These are pre-orders that will ship the first week of March. Order through 11:59pm 2/25/22.

Does Fear Keep You From Giving Generously?

Do you ever struggle with giving generously because you feel you need to be “safe” and fill your own reserves? If so, you are in good company.

Several years ago one of my sons modeled to me full faith giving. He had no fear of giving all he had for God’s purposes.

In 1 Kings 17, we see a story of a widow on the verge of death, prompted by God to give the little she had to Elijah, the prophet. Elijah urged her to obey God’s leading with, “Do not fear.”

Fear is the root of so many of our holdbacks.

Today I’m sharing a devotional I wrote for Rooted Moms Ministries. Join me for some encouragement to go all out in our generosity.