Jeanne Welch is full of stories about the faithfulness of God. She grew up in Drexel Hill and now resides in West Chester with her husband, Dan. A member of the Bards’ community group, Jeanne enjoys serving in a variety of ministries, but most of all, she loves being a wife, mother, and grandmother.
Do you ever ask yourself, “Why am I not getting more done when I feel so busy?” I find myself pondering this question in many aspects of life: in parenting, in friendships, in marriage, in my home, or wherever I am.
It’s autumn, which means my house is an art museum and my windows are the portraits. They frame gold and orange leaves delicately attached to knotty branches on the backdrop of a deep blue sky. And then there’s a breath of breeze putting it all in motion. If made by man, spectators would stand in mile-long lines to gape at such sophisticated artistry. But I just complain about all the raking. Romans 1: 19-20 says,…
Recently, we had the privilege of sitting with Margie Edwards and asking her about her life and faith. We talked at the Study Together childcare table where she faithfully serves. Sometimes spiritual greatness walks among us unrecognized. We were touched and inspired by the many ways Margie’s life brings glory to her Savior, and we know you will be too.
There is no challenge of faith quite like parenting. You take on the monumental responsibility of raising little people; caring for their physical, emotional, and spiritual needs; and figuring out how to do that on top of everything else you already do.