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Latest Posts from Katy Crisp

What Will Make This Year a Success?

This time of year everyone seems to be looking to start over, to be better than they were at (fill-in-the-blank) in the previous year. Blogs, social media, and other news feeds are flooded with things like, “The Best New Year̵... Read More »

7 Ways Your Children Can Have a Jesus-Focused Christmas

In America, we are bombarded with all sorts of distractions that pull us away from the real meaning of Christmas. As a parent, I want to protect my children from the “consumer/give-me” mentality that so easily ensnares us. I wan... Read More »

How to Cultivate Thankfulness in Your Child's Heart

Pumpkins, scarecrows, leaves changing color, fall festivals, and crisp air mean only one thing… Fall is here! Fall is my favorite season for many reasons, but one thing that is special to me about fall is Thanksgiving. It is a holiday... Read More »

3 Tips to Make Your Family an Organized Team

What comes to mind when you hear the word, “organize”? Does it create an intense amount of anxiety that makes your head spin? Or maybe you are on the other side of the spectrum, where you are filled with overwhelming excitement at the m... Read More »

Jesus, Faith, and Fish

Have you ever noticed in the New Testament, when fish are involved, that Jesus is ultimately teaching about faith? Think about it—Jesus fed the five thousand with fish and bread (Matt 14:13-21); He did the same thing with four thousand on... Read More »

How Parenting Draws Us to Thankfulness and Rejoicing

You know the saying, “You can’t see the forest for the trees”? Sometimes I feel that way in my parenting role. I stay so intently focused on the “bad” things that my children are doing that I forget to see the ... Read More »