Julia Attaway is a freelance writer, homeschooler and mother of five. She is the editor of Daily Guideposts: Your First Year of Motherhood, a book of devotions for first-time moms. She lives in New York.
When anxiety’s got you in its grip, it’s hard to avoid worrying. But there's a technique that can help. I call it “breathing prayer.”
A mother’s heartbreak echoes a situation that God knows intimately.
It’s more like a New Day’s resolution, 365 times in a row.
Look for little ways to make life better, like avoiding gossip or the snarky comeback.
A blessing for the broken-hearted this holiday season
In the coming busy weeks, how can you find moments of joy?
A mom comes up with something far sweeter than retorts when her kids bicker.
A mom's wise counsel for a son who lashes out in anger
Closing your computer and noticing the world around you can be a wondrous thing.
The gifts of talent, prayer and even faith are free. But there’s effort involved on our part.