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- 09/09/15 Jill Savage in Sheridan, IL at Fox River Lutheran Moms Group
- 09/10/15 Jill Savage in Bloomington, IL at Pray for the Cure — St. Johns Lutheran Church
- 10/16/15 Jill Savage in Naperville, IL at Trinity Church of the Nazarene–GEMS Moms
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- 01/05/16 Jill Savage in Morton, IL at New Life Christian Church — Mom’s Life
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Category Archives: Taking Care of Me
I’m guessing that nearly every mom has done it sometime over the past three days. It’s easy to do. It’s human nature. Women, particularly, are experts at this kind of comparison:We tend to compare our insides to other women’s outsides. … Continue reading
I lifted the phone out of my husband’s hands. He was so tired that he’d fallen asleep in bed while texting. I’d come home late from an out-of-town trip to find him in bed. As I went to plug in … Continue reading
This past weekend over 5,200 moms attended the Hearts at Home conference in Normal, Illinois. It was an incredible weekend that filled me up in so many ways! Our theme WOW MOM! UNLEASH YOUR SUPERPOWER was so fun! So many … Continue reading
Let’s cut to the chase: Mommy guilt is a liar. It tells us that if only we had made all the right choices and done everything perfectly, we would’ve been able to produce all the right outcomes. It tells us that if we’ll only try harder, the internal struggle will stop. Unfortunately, it’s a false, misleading trap. Continue reading
Several Christmases ago I was feeling stressed as a ran errands and listened to Christmas music in my car. The song “Let It Snow” came on and without thinking I found myself singing along to the tune. When it came … Continue reading
Guess what? Registration is now open for our 2015 Hearts at Home National Conference in Bloomington, Illinois! Just in time to ask for attending the Hearts at Home conference as your Christmas gift! Our 2015 speakers include Dr. Gary Chapman, … Continue reading
Fingerprints amaze me. There’s not one set of fingerprints like another. I believe its evidence of an incredibly creative God! Personalities are like fingerprints. There’s not one personality like another. We may share certain personality traits with other people in … Continue reading
I remember the day well. I’d just found out I was pregnant with our third baby. I’d been a stay-at-home mom for five years but the plan was for me to use my music education degree as soon as child … Continue reading
What do Dr. Kathy Koch, Sally Baucke, Crystal Paine, Dr. Todd Cartmell, Julie Barnhill, Linda Dillow, Kendra Smiley, Dr. Juli Slattery, and Angela Thomas all have in common? They (and many others!) are all going to be speaking at the … Continue reading
As a former pastor’s wife, I’ve wanted for a long time to write a post titled “How To Leave A Church Well.” When I look back on our 20+ years of church ministry, the biggest pain points were connected to … Continue reading
My friend Amy felt great after stepping off the scale. She dropped fifteen pounds! However just moments later, she saw a picture on her phone of her lying on the beach. She felt disgusted by her chubby arms and dimply thighs. … Continue reading
Today’s guest post is from Emily Wierenga. Emily is a wife and mom of two. From her home in Canada, she writes from the heart and isn’t afraid to talk about issues she’s dealt with like eating disorders, infertility, body … Continue reading
“Big changes always start with small decisions.” ~Justin and Trisha Davis