The Importance of Eating Together @The Atlantic... yes, yes, yes."On the contrary, children who do eat dinner with their parents five or more days a week have less trouble with drugs and alcohol, eat healthier, show better academic performance, and report being closer with their parents than children who eat dinner with their parents less often..."
The Yes of Love ...and a Yes to this: "In God’s design, a healthy family is the foundation of a thriving society. Family life is the fundamental school of love where we learn that our calling as God’s image-bearers is to flow outward in generous love and blessing."
Ann Voskamp. Farmer's wife. Home-educating mama to 6.
Author of the NYT bestseller One Thousand Gifts: A Dare to Live Fully Right Where You Are. DaySpring writer. Women of Faith speaker.
Library book Loser. Named by Christianity Today as one of the leading 50 women most shaping culture and the church today. Soup-stirrer. Partner with Compassion International. Loud laugher, kid snuggler, and Jesus lover.
Honestly, she's a bit of a mess. It’s okay, really.
Grace is the most amazing of all.