Notes from Nicaragua

I thought I’d share with you today a couple of updates we’ve received about my son’s mission trip to Honduras and Nicaragua with Youth With a Mission! Many of you have contributed to his trip and prayed for us; we’re so grateful and covet your continuing prayers! (I swiped these pics from his best friend Alex’s facebook page. :-) He won’t mind; he’s my other son!)

Happy New Year! January 2, 2012

 
We are officially sending this letter from the year 2012! It has been amazing to celebrate these two holidays in Masaya, Nicaragua.  On New Year’s Eve we went to the local church that is helps the ‘Casa Hogar’ which has been both our home for two weeks and place of 24/7 ministry as we are living examples of Jesus for two young men who receive housing, love, and support instead of an addiction to sniffing glue on the streets.  We have become really fond of these boys, Cesar (20) and Mariano (18) and we are going to really miss them as we leave the house tomorrow morning for our next ministry location.
 
This week was full of kid’s ministry and PINATAS!  We have been able to minister to over 1200 children while here for 2 weeks.  God has given us clear pictures about the children in this city that will be the next generation to spread hope to not just their own families, but to other cities and even to the nations.  It seemed as though God’s timing really did include our team for this season in Nicaragua.  We also know for sure that any child with a stick and a blindfold is asking for trouble, but have you ever seen an old man with a stick and a pinata?  We visited an elderly home one afternoon, to play music, talk, and break a pinata!  It was a sight to see…..trust me!
 
With joyful hearts, smiles on our faces, and our lungs full of sulfur from our visit to the active Masaya Volcano and clouds of dynamite explosions from very cheap Nicaraguan fireworks, we move on to our next ministry city.  We will be working with YWAM Nicaragua in Diriamba.  Although we are sad to say goodbye to this time here, we are thrilled to see what God has in store for us with YWAM.  We will be there for a week and a half.
 
Please keep praying for us in the area of team unity and health.  We have seen God heal dramatically within our team, but many still suffer from random fevers and chronic coughing.  We are believing that God not only has a breakthrough for totally healing for us, but that we will be a bridge to getting his heart and hands out to a desperate city.
 
Bless you and thank you for your prayers,
Erika, Will, Kevin and the Honduragua Team

 

And we received this one today …

January 6, 2012
Hello family and friends!

 
I just want to send you an update from our location right now.  We are in Diriamba, Nicaragua and we are staying at the YWAM base here.  We have had extremely sketchy wifi and internet connections so we just wanted to let you all know that we are alive, healthy, and seeing God move in miraculous ways.  
 
One man surrendered his knife that he used to rob people on the streets, he accepted Jesus and is on the path for a changed life!  Praise God!
 
Please keep praying for us.  Our next location is Honduras and with that comes border questions and other travel concerns.  We have less than a week left here and we are already halfway done with outreach!  WOW!
 
Bless you in the name of Jesus!
Erika & the Honduragua team!

You can follow the team’s updates at http:www.honduragua.tumblr.com, or on twitter @honduragua !

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It’s Launch Day! Titus 2 University

If you’re a Christian woman, you’ve heard about Titus 2.

Probably more than once.

While not quite as annoying as Proverbs 31 as far as the intimidation level goes, most of us know that Titus 2 contains a list of things we’re supposed to be doing. But we might not really know what exactly is on that list. Plus we all already have plenty of to-do lists, thankyouverymuch.

I think that’s a problem. I hear from lots of moms who say they need some encouragement in their day to day lives. We’re all busy, and it’s hard to find time even for a phone call most days! Some of you because of your location or life situation find it difficult, if not impossible, to make connections with godly women who could help you along your way.

Well, what if we could learn together, online?

It’s possible! My prayer is that this can be a tool the Lord will use to draw us all closer to Him and to our families as we endeavor to be the wives, mothers, and friends He’s called us to be.

So … I’ve been planning and writing and making calls and plotting some more. And I have come up with what I think is going to be a very fun idea: a Titus 2 University, if you will!

This special members-only series:

Titus 2 University

is ready to launch!

Since there are seven specific areas mentioned here, this will be a nine month “university.” We’ll begin with a general overview of these topics and talk about what it means to be a woman who follows the Lord. Then for the next seven months, we’ll focus on each subject above in turn …

  • loving our husbands with Cindy Rushton of Mom to Mom Radio Show and the Ultimate Home School Expo

  • loving our children with Sally Clarkson founder of MomHeart Ministries and author of Ministry of Motherhood and so many other wonderful books!

  • being sensible with MoneySavingMom Crystal Paine, author of the Money Saving Mom’s Budget

  • being pure with Chelsea Terwilliger, multitalented mama, creative director at our church, and author of a brand-new blog

  • working at home  with SarahMae, author of 31 Days to Clean

  • being kind with Emily Freeman, author of Grace for the Good Girl

  • being subject to our own husbands

  • Finally, we’ll take a week to wrap it up, for a total of nine months of “classes.”

Each week you’ll receive a new goody: a download you can print out including an overview of the month’s study, a suggested book to read and questions, practical challenges, and personal pages for you to work through; one audio session teaching/Bible study on that month’s topic by me; one or more recorded interviews with special guests; and another downloadable checklist, guide, interview, e-book, or printable pages of some sort. (I have a feeling my guests might also offer some sweet goodies for you!)

You will also be able to submit specific questions you’d like help with, so we can come alongside you in your walk as a mom! And we’ll be praying for each of you as you join the group!

My interview list also includes Joy Forney, missionary mama blogging at GraceFullMama; Mrs. Debbie Austin, my fabulous pastor’s wife: Meet Miss Debbie!; Kristen Kill, my dear friend from MomHeart, who mothers four young ones in the heart of New York City and blogs at Hope With Feathers; Christin Slade, who blogs at Joyful Mothering; the founder of a fun new site for moms called The Better Mom, Ruth Schwenk, Amy Bayliss, web guru extraordinaire, cofounder of DIYMinistry and blogger at Cajun Joy de Vivre, and Brooke McGlothlin, founder of The MOB Society (Mothers of Boys) and author of Warrior Prayers: Praying the Word for Boys. The list is literally growing by the moment at this point! So one thing’s for sure: we’re going to have a great time! I’m expecting to add other fun monthly guests as we go along.

Ready to join? You can take part by signing up using one of the buttons below! When you subscribe, you have two choices: You can sign up for a subscription which will automatically charge your card each month, or you can save some money if you’d like to pay it all at once. Whichever membership you choose will set you up to automatically receive four emails per month, giving you access to the newest available item, as well as a page where you can discuss what you’re learning through the comments section!

More good news: Though this is my schedule, you can join anytime! No matter when you sign up, the membership will start you right at the beginning. One thing to keep in mind: because of the limitations of this technology, if you quit your subscription and then rejoin, you’ll go back to lesson one–there’s no way to figure out where you left off. So stick with us! We’re going to learn a ton!

Click Here to Set up a Monthly Subscription, at only $8.95 per month for 9 months!

 

OR save some money! Click Here To Make a One Time Payment of only $65.00 for the entire 9 month session!

When you purchase your subscription, you’ll be taken to a welcome page which will ask you to confirm your registration and set you up to receive each week’s study as it becomes available. I can’t wait to get started!

Please join us as we dive into the truths of Titus 2 and learn from one another! And invite someone else to join us, too!

 

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Happy New Year!

“Marilla, isn’t it nice to think that tomorrow is a new day with no mistakes in it yet?”

~ Lucy Maud Montgomery, Ann of Green Gables

And here it is again … a blank screen.

A whole new year … with no mistakes in it yet.

It’s exciting, isn’t it? Even this year, my forty-something-th. Maybe especially this year, my forty-something-th. Years have a way of disintegrating on us sometimes. Last year did that there at the end, for us. Broken household appliances, disappearing paychecks, family misunderstandings, illnesses … all piled up in the last few weeks. I told my husband that my guess was that 2011 had looked back at 2010, realized that 2010 was way ahead in the “terrible year” department, and decided to make up for it in the few days it had left.

Some years are just like that.

It can get overwhelming sometimes. The enemy wants us to buy his lies; to believe it when he says life will always be falling apart; the economy is a mess and getting worse; there’s no use to hope for things to be any different this year. And isn’t the crux of each of those actually the one major lie that there’s no change coming? That we’re stuck as we are … the ones who can’t get our money together or our act together or our health together or our marriage together or our business together or … or … or.

Anyway, I was more than happy to celebrate New Year’s Eve with a few family traditions … especially that of torching our Christmas tree. I highly recommend this, by the way, to folks who don’t like Christmas in the first place–I’m guessing it would be pretty cathartic! Now personally, I (usually) love Christmas, so for us it’s more just a fun tradition. We roast marshmallows and everything. Well, the big people do. Nicholas mostly lit them on fire, then flung them off the end of the stick randomly so they wound up on everyone’s shoes. This year our tree was a tad on the skinny side. So we didn’t even get a visit from the fire department.

It starts out like this … then rapidly becomes this …

Yup. Higher than the roof. Fun times! Last year, of course, the kids were quite impressed when two fire trucks and several police cars pulled up, saying they’d received reports that there had been an explosion on Henley Rd.

Umm, no. It’s just our tree. Thanks, though.

 

So, as I was saying, I was more than happy to kiss 2011 goodbye, and grateful that if the Lord’s mercies are new every morning, they are surely extra new every year!

A new year, with no mistakes in it yet. A new year, another chance for God to move in my life. More days I can make right choices, set my heart to know Him. To put Him first. To walk in His ways, to let His Spirit live through me, to seek first His Kingdom.

Because here’s the secret we all have to hold onto: we CAN change. Because a creative, living God lives within us, and He is stretching and changing and shaping us new day by day by new, glorious day.

Every year I ask the Lord to give me some insight into what the year might hold; some direction, something to focus on. This year, my word is JOY. And the scripture I’m focusing on, praying over and over …

“Thy Kingdom come; Thy will be done … ” Matt. 6:10

Now, if that’s not a recipe for a great New Year, I don’t know what is.

 

 

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Dear Homeschool Mama

Dear Homeschool Mama,

It’s been a long year. 2011 is almost over. You’ve spent much of it at home. You’ve taught math lessons (over and over and over…) and learned more about grammar than you ever wanted to know. You’ve worked on character training as you’ve helped little ones make beds and older ones clear tables. You’ve washed a veritable mountain of laundry and cooked boatloads of macaroni and cheese.

This year, you’ve wiped approximately 3,287 noses. You’ve changed 1,679 diapers. You’ve made at least 52 pots of coffee and washed the coffeepot at least 52 times. You’ve had eyes rolled at you 9,362 times, stressed over the SAT and the ACT once each, and said bedtime prayers more times than you can count (an hour or two earlier than usual on really bad days). I just want to make q quick recommendation, I came up to Brooksfield Montessori School the other day and I got very interested on it, I think everyone should go check it out, I have always preferred home school, but this one caught my attention.

 

Read the rest of my new article here at Heart of the Matter: Dear Homeschool Mama

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‘Twas the Week After Christmas

 

‘TWAS THE WEEK AFTER CHRISTMAS

Twas the week after Christmas, and all through the house

Piles of paper and toy hotspots called out for a douse!

The bathrooms had not been rightly cleaned for four days

And the kitchen was messy, causing dinner delays.

The children were happy playing with their new toys for toddlers

But mama was not, fearing that girls and boys

Had become pretty lazy amongst Christmas treats and joys.

So she picked up some paper, with a pen made a list

Of what would cause chaos to cease and desist!

One day for each room, to declutter and clean

‘Til all would sparkle and shine–this requires some caffeine!

An apron, a broom, and a bucket of tools

A chart for the children to remind them of rules

Of the household–like bedtimes, and bathtimes and such

Laws that make things run smoothly and not so in a rush.

Monday for the bathrooms, Tuesday for the kitchen,

Wednesday for her bedroom–that will be a fun mission!

Thursday in the living room and Friday for the den,

Saturday for the yard and the driveway.  And then

When next week rolls ’round, she can wake with a smile

And not have to hunt for clean clothes in a pile.

A plan now in hand, to the kids she will whistle,

And they’ll hurry to join her–now, that would be blissful!

‘Cause mama knows something the children might not–

That life is more pleasant when we do what we ought.

To our work, then!  With smiles!  With joy and with glee!

Take the house back from messiness, and then we’ll pour tea

And recall Christmas joys, looking round at the sight

Shouting then, “Happy New Year!  And to all a good night!”

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An Extravagant Life

 

This has been an interesting season. Thought I’d share some thoughts from a few years ago with you here today, since I need to be simple as I’m working from my phone!!

Last week I was online, chatting with my sister-in-law online shopping and how we use www.couponcause.com coupons all the time. At some point during our conversation she said, “We know how to be frugal around here.”

“Right! That’s great!” I said at the time.

But later, thinking back on our conversation, it left a sour taste in my mouth.

Piggy bank

Why, you ask? Why was it that while I was willing to high-five her “frugality,” I found myself balking, thinking I wouldn’t want the same term applied to me?

You can read the rest here at Heart of the Matter Online: http://heartofthematteronline.com/an-extravagant-life/

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Are We Following Jesus? Or Coming to See Him?

“His mother and His brothers came to Him, and they were unable to get to Him because of the crowd.” Lk 8:19

 

The Christmas season is a busy one for everyone. Hustle and bustle, wrapping and cooking, shopping and cooking; it almost looks as if all the world is really preparing for the coming of Jesus! Of course, if God has already invaded our lives, we know He’s already come. And if we can pause long enough to breathe, we can even enjoy the crazy busy-ness of it all.

But we should ask ourselves, are we truly walking with Jesus? Are we really living out the miracle of the fact that He’s already come?

Are we part of Jesus’ family, yet failing to follow Him on a moment by moment basis? Do we just ‘come to Him’ once in awhile; in times of need or once a week, rather than walking with Him day by day?

Lk 8:21says, “My mother and my brothers are those who hear and do the word of God.” May we keep close enough to Jesus to hear the words He wants to speak to our hearts! As Beth Moore says in Jesus: 90 Days With the One and Only, “…our kinship to Jesus Christ is directly revealed through what we do with the Word of God … Studying His Word is not just a good idea. It is the very warmth and vitality of the family bloodline–proof that we are family to Jesus Christ.”

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Distressed and Downcast, Mom? There’s a War Going On!

And seeing the multitudes, He felt compassion for them, because they were distressed and downcast, like sheep without a shepherd. ~Matt. 9:36

As moms wanting the best for our children, we can become “distressed” and “downcast” quite easily these days. Watching the news alone can lead to that reaction. Financial issues, world powers in contention, immorality reaching its icy fingers deeper and deeper into the fabric of our culture–it’s all distressing. Now, perhaps when you think of someone who’s distressed, you picture a worried soul, biting their nails or wringing their hands in fear.

But the word “distressed” here actually means HARASSED! Now that’s a stronger word. Definitely a more active, external thing is being expressed in these verses than it first appears.  Harassed to me implies being stalked, hit, mocked or otherwise seriously bothered.  And it has a sort of tiresome, never-ending feeling to it.

“Downcast” sounds pretty passive at first glance, too. Maybe we could refer to Eeyore as the ultimate “downcast” character–the type who’s always got their glum face on; mopey, shuffling their feet.

One of my favorite Winnie the Pooh stories occurs when Piglet and Tigger are stuck up in a tree, and someone suggests that perhaps if everyone in the Hundred Acre Wood climbs up onto Eeyore’s back, they could reach the stranded ones.  Then when it strikes someone else that perhaps this isn’t the best idea, as it could result in the demise of the gloomy donkey, Eeyore states,”Maybe it will and maybe it won’t; you don’t know until it happens, and that’s the fun of it.”

Some days I know I feel that way–we’ll just see if one more thing will kill me; maybe it will or maybe it won’t; we don’t know until it happens, and that’s the fun of it! 

The note to the side of this verse in my Bible says that this word “downcast” literally means “thrown down.”  So much for passive!  To be truly downcast, then, one must have first been *picked up* and then, THROWN!  More like a scene from Lord of the Rings than Winnie the Pooh!

As I wash pots and pans (only when they won’t fit in the dishwasher) and explain division (repeatedly) and read poetry aloud (on the rare occasions when we can get the baby to be quiet), it’s easy for me to forget that I’m in a battle.  From the time as an eighteen year old Bible school student when I asked God to tell me what He’d made me to be and He answered, “a mother,” I’ve wanted to do a really good job at it.  But being a mom isn’t my calling.  To term our current vocations or situations in life as “callings” is to set ourselves up for failure and disappointment if and when those jobs change.  If a distance runner who glorifies God in their running becomes crippled, have they then lost their “calling?”  How about a mother whose children perish in a car accident and it doesn’t was her fault, they could totally hire an accident lawyer for injuries and deaths, from different sites like accidentlawyerdallastx.com.

No, our call is to Jesus Himself.  Motherhood is part of our journey on the way to becoming like Him; the environment and tool the Father uses to shape us into the image of Christ.  It’s also the strategic position we’ve taken in order to fashion our arrows to be used in the epic struggle against evil.  And just as a country’s weapons-manufacturing plants are considered fair game and prime targets in a time of war, so our homes are primary targets of our enemy. 

If you are a heart-at-home mom who’s endeavoring to nurture as many saplings as God gives you (overpopulation!), to keep them close so they grow straight and tall (overprotecting!), to raise them up in the nurture and admonition of the Lord so they will fly straight and true (indoctrination!), and striving to make their minds sharp by educating them in great literature, mathematics and the history of nations so they won’t be taken in by the vain philosophies of this world (intolerance!), then you, dear mother, are deeply involved in weapons manufacturing, and you have thereby made your own home a target.  And if you’re feeling harassed and thrown down, it’s not just your imagination!  There is a war going on.

 

For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the powers, against the world forces of this darkness, against the spiritual forces of wickedness in heavenly places.~ Eph 6:12

 

But take heart!  Listen again to what He said . . .

(Jesus) felt compassion for them because they were distressed and downcast, like sheep not having a shepherd. ~Matt. 9:36

 

Aaaaahhh, but we do!

 

‘Behold, I Myself will search for My sheep and seek them out. As a shepherd cares for his herd in the day when he is among his scattered sheep, so I will care for My sheep and will deliver them from all the places to which they were scattered on a cloudy and gloomy day . . . I will feed my flock, and I will bring them to rest,’ declares the Lord God.  ‘I will seek the lost, bring back the scattered, bind up the broken, and strengthen the sick . . .’ Eze. 34:11-16.

 

Hallelujah!  And thank goodness!  He is the Good Shepherd.  He lays down His life for the sheep, and He gently leads those who are with young (that’s us!)  Are you feeling distressed or downcast today?  How about harassed or thrown down? Has it been cloudy and gloomy where you are?  Are you lost, scattered, broken or sick?  Call the Shepherd!  He will rescue you, dear mom.

 

 

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Communicating Love to Our Children

I heard him from the kitchen; me answering yet another email.

“Mom, can you come lay down with me?”

“Sure, pal!” I clicked the x, closed the glowing page, silenced the siren.

My four year old was lying on our big chair-and-a-half, cheeks red with a fever. I scootched him over and grabbed a blanket to toss over us, and he melted into my side, glad to have all of me for a bit. The brothers and sisters ran around the backyard, calling loudly to one another, wrapped up in another adventure game of their own creation.

Inside, it was quiet. Me, glad for an excuse to be still; he, glad I’d said yes. The Christmas tree lights glowed and candle flames flickered; carols playing low in the background. I actually sat there and enjoyed it for a little while, without any agenda but loving on my little sick one.

If I want to hold my children’s hearts, I have to learn to say yes to them and no to other things more often. In our busy lives it’s a given that saying “yes” to a child never stands alone; always the laundry, the book, the phone call has to be told “no.” They’re only young for a short season. It’s such a brief window, and the enemy wants us to miss it, rushed here and there by all the things that usually cry out louder and more insistently than our little ones.

 Being asked for our time is a gift.

We communicate love to our children when we take time to stroke a forehead and spend awhile cuddling on the couch. Even if there are a million other things we could be doing. Especially when there are a million other things we could be doing.

He didn’t want anything in particular; didn’t want me to do or say anything, just to be there with him. Eventually the outside adventure ended, everyone burst into our quiet, and I had to get up and make lunch lest we all starve. But for half an hour today, it was just about us.

And that’s just fine with me!

 

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Titus 2 University … Coming Soon!

If you’re a Christian woman, you’ve heard about Titus 2.

Probably more than once.

While not quite as annoying as Proverbs 31 as far as the intimidation level goes, most of us know that Titus 2 contains a list of things we’re supposed to be doing. But we might not really know what exactly is on that list. Plus we all already have plenty of to-do lists, thankyouverymuch.

I think that’s a problem. Take a look at these verses …

Older women likewise are to be reverent in their behavior, not malicious gossips nor enslaved to much wine, teaching what is good, so that they may encourage the young women to love their husbands, to love their children, to be sensible, pure, workers at home, kind, being subject to their own husbands, so that the word of God will not be dishonored. Titus 2:3-5

Wow. I’ve spent a lot of time in the past few months thinking about why it is that I blog, and what it is I’m supposed to be focusing on and talking about. When I read these verses recently, the answer to that question seemed suddenly very clear!

Caught during quiet time on the back porch of our cabin during a Tennessee vacation

Like it or not, the fact remains at this point that I’m an “older woman.” I mean, I guess we’re all older … than someone. But having been married nearly twenty years and raising eight children, I’m definitely in the older category now. And according to these verses, that means I’m supposed to be encouraging the younger ones. To do what?

  1. to love their husbands
  2. to love their children
  3. to be sensible
  4. to be pure
  5. to be workers at home
  6. to be kind
  7. to be subject to their own husbands

And why? “So that the word of God will not be dishonored.”

If I was looking for a good reason to obey a directive, that would be it.

So … I’ve been planning and writing and making calls and plotting some more. And I have come up with what I think is going to be a very fun idea: a Titus 2 University, if you will!

This special members-only series will launch in January. My plan is to have a phone call you can listen in on around the end of the month where I’ll give an overview of what I believe God wants us to focus on and a bit about what it’s going to look like. I’ve got seven months of goodies planned, each month focusing on one of those topics above, and then another to wrap it up for a total of nine months of “classes.” Those who want to take part can sign up for a membership which will automatically send along a weekly email  giving you access to the newest information. Each month will include one audio session teaching/Bible study on that month’s topic by me; one downloadable checklist, guide, e-book, or printable; one recorded interview with a specialist on that topic, and one more item which I won’t nail myself down to yet. There will also be a way for you to submit your own specific questions you’d like help with, so we can come alongside you in your walk as a mom!

So far, my interview list includes Cindy Rushton of Mom to Mom Radio Show and the Ultimate Home School Expo, as well as Sally Clarkson , founder of MomHeart Ministries and author of many wonderful books on motherhood. The lineup also includes Mrs. Debbie Austin, my fabulous pastor’s wife: Meet Miss Debbie!; Kristen Kill, my dear friend from MomHeart, who mothers four young ones in the heart of New York City and blogs at Hope With Feathers; Christin Slade, who blogs at Joyful Mothering, and the founder of a fun new site for moms called  The Better Mom, Ruth Schwenk. The list is literally growing by the moment at this point! So one thing’s for sure: we’re going to have a great time! I’m expecting to add other fun monthly guests as we go along.

I hear from lots of moms who say they need some encouragement in their day to day lives. I know I need to be sharing my heart with other moms and hearing what they’ve learned in their own time with God. We’re all busy, and it’s hard to find time even for a phone call most days! Hopefully, this can be a tool the Lord will use to draw us all closer to Him and to our families as we endeavor to be the wives, mothers, and friends He’s called us to be. Make sure to subscribe to my email list so you don’t miss the announcement when we’re ready to get started! And please pass along the link to this page on facebook or twitter. I hope you’ll join us, I am also trying yo get on Instagram, first I’ll try to Buy Insta followers and then I’ll start posting often!

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