Both truth and spirit are inseparable ingredients in the chicken noodle soup of marriage and religion.
Quickly and easily learn to speak like Adilene, our 16 month old daughter, with this comprehensive guide.
We finish up VBS in PA, get visited by some Mormons, go to an airshow, and eat at an Amish wedding.
Day 1 of Summer Bible School is done. I need to practice my puppetry skills and my helper needs to stop vomiting.
I have a problem with junk. Minivans are capable of moving two adults, a baby, a love seat, and a couch all at once. A motorcycle gets the best of me.
Some people build cathedral like nurseries for their babies, inspired by the best and brightest ideas that Pinterest has to offer. They equip the room with inspirational banners reminding the baby to participate in “Sweet Dreams” and they adorn the walls with artful Bible verses admonishing the baby in the way it should go. I […]
Last Saturday Janice and I went to garage sales to see if we could find cheap useful things. It was Saturday morning, around 10 am. Janice casually mentioned we should go garage saling. I looked at the time, a bit taken aback, and mentioned something like, “They’ll be over by the time we ever get […]
Hello! My name is Josh Snader. I married a beautiful woman named Janice and this eventually resulted in two new human beings: Adilene Grace (our oldest ) and Elliot Adrian (our youngest). Related: Romance and Raccoons: How Janice and I Got Hitched We’re Christians who take the phrase “Go ye therefore and teach all nations” […]
While I was sitting at the coffee shop, it struck me that bacon, Tim Tams, and the Headship Order have some things in common.
It was about a six hour drive and was pretty uneventful. Oh, except Adi leaked diarrhea into her car seat – that was memorable. You know you’re a parent when you find diarrhea on your shirt but instead of removing it, you smell it first just to make sure it’s actually worth the bother.