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- 10/27/16 Jill Savage in Geneva, IL at First Baptist Church of Geneva — Moms Connected
- 02/03/17 Jill Savage in Normal, IL at Calvary United Methodist Church – Mom2Mom
- 03/18/17 Mark and Jill Savage in Woodridge, IL at St. Scholastica Parish
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18 years ago today, I had the best night’s sleep of my whole pregnancy. It had been hard to be in the last month of pregnancy during the hot month of August so I was grateful for an unexpected night … Continue reading
You’ll find timely encouragement, whether you are sitting with a cup of coffee perusing Facebook or have locked yourself in the bathroom for a few moments of sanity. I’m curious: What are some of your favorite Facebook pages?
“God has promised to help us, and God always keeps His promises.” ~ Julie Barnhill
Hello blog world friends! I thoroughly enjoyed our Christmas break. All of our kids were home for a full week! We played games, enjoyed meals, played Kinect (oh my! So much fun!) and spent way too many days in our … Continue reading
“It is better to look ahead and prepare than to look back and regret.” ~Jackie Joyner-Kersee
Do your children ever lift their arms as if to say, “Mommy, pick me up?” Maybe they crawl up next to you on the couch and lay their heard in your lap, looking for a loving caress. Even if your … Continue reading
Last week when when I was reading Thriving Family Magazine, one article title caught my eye: Become Your Spouse’s Publicist. In the book world, a publicist is one who advertises and promotes books. It got me thinking…Do I more often … Continue reading
For the past two summers I’ve ran a post on being a “Yes Mom.” It’s proven to be a very popular post that I thought would also be appropriate during Christmas break. Last summer my boys ran inside and … Continue reading
Mark and I have been working with our teenage sons this year on the concept of “freedoms.” We recently sat down with the boys and had a discussion about how we use our time. We discussed three categories that our … Continue reading
At the beginning of the year I shared with you the ministry transition that Mark and I felt God leading us to make. Mark resigned from his pastoral ministry and we are now speaking, writing, and encouraging families through Hearts … Continue reading
So after school today one of my son’s friends told him that I was the coolest mom ever. Why? Because I didn’t get mad when Austin somewhat inconvenienced me. Now I can tell you that there have been many times … Continue reading
I have a confession to make. If there’s sugar in the house, I have no self-control. Seriously…I’ve learned that the only way to stay true to a healthy diet is to keep sweet treats out of the house. But I … Continue reading
“The greatest gift you will ever receive will never be found under a Christmas tree. It is far too valuable to be stored in any other place but in the depths of your heart.” ~Anonymous