Sister Michelle Watson

Sister Michelle Watson lives in the remote White Mountains of Arizona with husband, Brother Michael, and two miracle-born boys.

Day Job: Full-time mother, part-time freelance writer/editor

Favorite Scripture: 1 John 1:9

Articles by Sister Michelle Watson

Hard to Build, Easy to Destroy

Hard to Build, Easy to Destroy

I'm in my backyard with my two sons, who are 3 and 5 years old, and I decide that I'm going to be Creative Mom. I gather pine needles, sticks, rocks, pinecones, and a few tree...

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Rest for My Soul

Rest for My Soul

Today, I'm writing about the concept of "rest." Take a look at the scale of 1 to 10 below, and give yourself a rating. Now, how about this next scale? Where do you rate yourself...

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Please, Rebuke Me

Please, Rebuke Me

Friend: Um, Michelle. Can I talk to you about something? Me: Sure, what about? Friend: Well, remember the conversation we had the other day? Me: Yes. Friend: Remember what you...

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Say Hello to My Biggest Threat

Say Hello to My Biggest Threat

Say hello to my biggest threat. It's the biggest, baddest danger that I face. It's not a terrorist attack. It's not a traffic accident. It's not cancer or job loss or bankruptcy....

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The Value of Faith

The Value of Faith

Value: Faith  Definition: Applied belief and trust in God  Vital Verses "Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen."...

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The Best Christmas Gift Ever

The Best Christmas Gift Ever

It's Christmastime! It's here! What is Christmas all about? If you're under the age of 12 or so, then Christmas is all about gifts. Gifts, for sure. Cookies might come in a close...

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A Case for Civility

A Case for Civility

When I (finally) became a mother, I was surprised to learn that certain parenting topics were super-duper controversial. Here are just a few examples: Breastmilk vs. formula Cry...

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Parenting Like God

Parenting Like God

Raising two small boys under age 5 has me going back to Hebrews 12:5-11 again and again. This passage is a spoonful of encouragement on those days that are especially brimful of...

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