Author Archives: Traci Little

F is for Fall Fun

F is for Fall Fun

Fall is my favorite season!  I think I’d go in mourning if I ever had to move to an area of the world that doesn’t experience the crisp, cool breezes and vibrant colors and scents of autumn! What’s not to love? There are so many wonderful things to experience and eat during the fall—everything from

5 Things To Focus On With Our Children During Easter

Much like a disorganized closet, our children’s journey of faith can look cluttered and messy.  We would love it if our children came to faith in Christ as young boys and girls and lived to serve God all their lives.  Unfortunately, this is not the reality in many of our homes. We all have brothers or sisters,

5 Powerful Prayers to Pray Over Your Kids – from Head to Toe

Prayer is the most powerful tool we have as a child of God.  You and I may wholeheartedly believe that, but until we realize its importance, we won’t take it out of our toolbox.  Imagine for a moment trying to saw down a tree with a hammer.  Perhaps you decide to measure a wall with

6 Ways Our Kids Can Learn to Live in Joy

If you’ve been a parent for very long, you know how your heart beams when your children play nicely with one another. You could be enjoying this harmonious bliss of listening to your children playing, laughing, and sharing.  And, the next minute?  Suddenly, they begin hitting and spewing hurtful words at one another!  What happened? 

How to Teach Kids the Biblical Names of God

A name is a powerful thing. When you meet a new person, what’s the first thing you discuss?  There’s usually an introduction — and you state your name.  If you are like me, you typically forget the person’s name within the first minute.  True?  We are terribly forgetful people.  Unless we really listen, focus, and

Five Ways to Encourage Kids to Do Big Things for God

If you are a parent, you know how your children rely on you for everything!  Especially us moms.  I saw a post on Facebook that summed it up perfectly: My kids will walk right past their father sitting on the couch, and come bang on the shower door for me to open their fruit snack. Right? 

Celebrating Christmas With Your Senses

The five senses. There is something so powerful about them. As an example, isn’t it amazing how one single smell or sound can trigger a sequence of events in an instant? One whiff of a pungent musky scent can transport you back to your grandmother’s warm lap; visualizing her green velvet sofa and the stack

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