About this blog and me . . .
Thank you for stopping by my little corner on the World Wide Web. I started this blog as a learning tool and as a place to journal about my life. I hope, however, that you will find something of interest while you’re here.
I’m a follower of Yeshua (Jesus) first, wife second, and homeschooling mom third, so I will be writing from these viewpoints. However, you might find just about anything discussed here – tips for dealing with the frustrations of raising kids, how to use writing as a means to help with finances, the latests political news. You name it, you’ll probably find it here at one point or another. I’ll also have guest writers from time to time, just so you don’t get bored reading my ramblings.
Hi, I’m Naomi. I’m married to my sweetie TJ and we just celebrate our 24th anniversary! Yay us! I’m also a work-at-home/homeschooling mom of two miracles sons, DST 13 and MB 9. I’ve been following the Messiah since I was about 11 years old, and am just NOW beginning to understand just how much it is that God loves me. A friend of mine told me a couple of months ago, “God loves you very much, you ARE His favorite daughter.” So, that’s the reason for the title of my blog. You know, it’s funny, I know that my earthly Dad loves me, but I had to be told that my Heavenly Abba loves me more than once before it would sink in. Thankfully, it has begun to sink in.
In the past two and a half years we’ve been walking away from traditional Christianity and into a new understanding. We’re going back to the Bible as our Source rather than the traditions of men and denominations. It’s been frustrating and exciting walking this road of faith, but we’re seeking the Father and only want to please Him. Since we’re seeking to honor Him and learning more about our Hebrew roots, things may seem a little bit strange to you. You may see me call ‘Jesus’ by His Hebrew name, which is Yeshua or the Father called Abba or Yahweh rather than ‘God.’
If you’re still reading, I hope you’ll find I’m simply a mom who is seeking to honor the Father and my Savior. May Abba bless you as you read.