Raising kids stirs something deep in our souls — an innate knowing that our time is finite. Taking my kids outside in creation, I’m discovering how to stretch our time and pack it to the brim with meaning. God’s creativity provides the riches of resources for teaching the next generation who He is and how He loves us. Join our adventure and discover inspiration and resources for refusing rush, creating habits of rest, living intentionally, and making the most of this beautiful life!
"Masterfully connects Scripture to nature and nature to God."
For a generation whose eyes are constantly trained on screens, encountering nature at all is increasingly difficult, much less seeing what it reveals about God. How can parents help children reengage with God's world that is full of amazement, creativity, and love?
With practical sections that look at nature through the lens of the Bible and activities to integrate faith and the natural world, Rooted in Wonder helps parents instill within their kids an unshakable faith.
Through the art of play, the drive of discovery, and the awe of adventure, children will gain a sense of wonder in their Creator that will last a lifetime.
National speaker, parent coach, and author
“He handed us the jar along with an explanation that each of the 936 pennies represents one week with our child from birth to eighteen. Suddenly that jar felt a whole lot heavier in my hands.”
Through very personal stories and hard-earned wisdom, Eryn shows us that while we can’t control time, we can slow it down by living each day intentionally.
A toxic culture fumes with fear, dysfunction, and confusion. How can we raise our kids to live by the truth amid chaos?
Much of what I do as a mom can feel trivial. And yet, I am not building with straw and hay, but with the eternal materials of grace and love. This work endures far beyond one season.
Winter groans like an old, achy house wanting to stretch but unsure how. Our spirits follow suit, longing for the newness of spring. Nostalgia nudging our souls, we count the days until the ground, thoroughly warmed by the sun, coaxes wildflowers out from their hibernation. At the first hint of “petrichor” — that wet, earthy […]
Our family is taking intentional steps to live differently than the world around us. No longer are our days given to the winds of circumstance or to the break-neck pace of society. Instead, we can do life together as a family, living with profound purpose, a spirit of adventure, and a sense of wonder.