Kayla Berg

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| wife | mother | daughter of the King | virtual assistant | minnesota dweller | seminary wife | books, cooking, sewing, wanna be knitter

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I'll be here alllllll day 😍😘
Avy: "I wish I could take a real baby home. *Turns and looks at Stevie* But don't worry Stevie, you'll always be my baby and I'll always love you." β€οΈπŸ˜‚
My two this morning ❀️ Avy begged to have her hair curled and I caved 😊 Happy Sunday!
Stuck in my head today:
"What a fellowship, what a joy divine, leaning on the everlasting arms; what a blessedness, what a peace is mine, leaning on the everlasting arms." πŸ‚
So last weekend I totally stepped out of my comfort zone and drove 9 hours to the Revive conference with two women I had never met and roomed with someone I had only met with 4 times. However, it was SO good. It was so encouraging to see how faith in Christ can bring people together and create an instant bond. As far as the conference itself, I took away so many things from the sessions. But the overall arching theme was Titus 2 living--how our lives can adorn the gospel of Christ. I was put face-to-face with the hard question of "Do I make the gospel desirable to those around me?" "Am I a life-giver or a life-taker?" The foundation of these questions is sound doctrine lived out in a way that puts the spotlight on Christ. It's a lifestyle. I was also very much convicted and encouraged to be involved more in relationships as is the model in Titus 2. It's so easy to keep to ourselves and be okay with a secluded life, because let's face it, relationships can be hard. But we can't escape them! Most of the time love is not convenient, so no excuses! As Susan Hunt said: "Whatever your age, it's time to grow up and step up!" "Older women likewise are to be reverent in behavior, not slanderers or slaves to much wine. They are to teach what is good, and so train the young women to love their husbands and children, to be self-controlled, pure, working at home, kind, and submissive to their own husbands, that the word of God may not be reviled." Titus 2:3-5
Last night ❀️After dinner walk with the family. Absolute loving this fall weather! πŸ‚
I don't usually post pictures from sessions here but since he IS my nephew I get to break the rules πŸ˜πŸ’™ #chanman #adorable #thatface
Haven't posted a book in a while! This was a great read for me as I think about how we'll approach school with the kids. A great read whether you choose traditional school or homeschool--just a great read about our attitude towards children in general. A favorite quote: "The young person should not be left to base his Christian faith on the inadequate foundation of 'emotional appeals.' On the contrary: our minds can look full into the face of the basic questions, and the implications of Christianity can--and do--stand firmly as reasonable...[the] mind is on our side. It is liberating, wonderful, and produces healthy growth. We don't keep our Christianity in a little compartment labeled 'faith.' It fits reality. There are good answers, good reasons. The light of truth shines brightly." Highly recommend this book! Don't agree with everything in it, but I think she makes some excellent points about how to educate our children regardless of which method of schooling we choose for our children.
I'm an auntie again!! Loved meeting little Chandler πŸ’™ Avy and Stevie loved him to pieces too and kept asking to hold him again and again 😘 especially Stevie--he loves babies, so he was in heaven πŸ˜†
Saturday's are also for stacking wood πŸ‚
Saturday mornings are for breakfast in the living room with cartoons. And coffee for the parents of course 😘 β˜•οΈ
Our garden is producing! The kids were so excited to pick it and taste. Stevie wanted his dipped in "wanch" πŸ˜‚ And can someone please tell me why my carrots are so short πŸ€” So disappointing! But that didn't stop us from eating them πŸ˜†