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Inviting the Holy Spirit

I love mornings. I have a pretty regular routine for my mornings everyday. Sometimes that routine gets messed up. When that happens, there’s less reading books and less enjoying the view out our bay window in the living room. However, whether my routine is messed up or not, there’s always a non-negotiable to my morning.


Margin in Your Life

Over the past week, we’ve been discussing some practical ways to create more margin in our lives as kids’ ministry leaders. Today, I wanted to take some time to share a simple formula to consider.


Overscheduled Kids

We live in an era filled with pressure to keep our kids busy. It used to be that kids kept themselves busy. Starting in the 20th century there was a huge movement to make sure our kids are constantly involved in some sort of activity all the time. This is causing unnecessary stress on not just us as parents, but on our kids.


The Importance of Margin

My first thought when I hear the words margin is a piece of notebook paper—maybe that’s because I have a 13-year-old at home. Early in her school years, my daughter was taught to write within the margins. There was a defined space in which words could live on her paper.


One Thing Every Healthy Leader Needs

There’s one thing we need if we want to grow and develop into the kind of leader God wants us to become … margin. The Sabbath isn’t a recommendation. God designed us to intentionally slow down, clear our minds, and rest.