Dana Schmoyer

Blog URL: http://www.danaschmoyer.com

Journey through ministry as a youth pastor's wife. I write a little about everything happening in life such as family, expecting our first baby, lessons God is teaching me, staying healthy, and a little bit of everything else.

Located: Minneapolis, Minnesota
Tags: ministry, education, health, family

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MinistryFamily.com on Jul 24, 2011 in family, ministryTim has been working on a new blog for a few weeks now, and I get to be a co-author! I’m not sure when Tim is officially launching it, but a few people have found it already and started leaving comments and interacting. It’s focus is for...



Making Life Changes on Jun 13, 2011 in healthI almost constantly think of blogs that I can write, I just don’t take the time to sit down and write. I love to write, but usually Tim, the kids, laundry, dishes, and pretty much everything else comes first. So right now Hannah is napping, Zek...



Family Update on May 13, 2011 in family, Hannah, health, marriage, ZekeWell, today was the 2nd day in a row and ever that Hannah hasn’t had an accident during the day in her big girl undies. I went cold turkey two Mondays ago and gave up diapers with Hannah. She’s known how to potty for a while now, it’...



My First Weigh In on May 9, 2011 in healthLast Wednesday I vlogged a little bit about what is going on in my life on a very personal level. I’m excited to see the outcome over the next 3 months. You can watch it here… www.youtube.com/watch?v=2n2acX_p7KY The only motivation I have...



Trusting God on May 1, 2011 in family, moneyI was talking to my sister-in-law last week about how my faith in God has really grown over the last 9 months. One of the biggest areas I have grown in is my trust that God will provide the needs of my family. Its one thing to know in your head that...



Easter Egg Hunting on Apr 23, 2011 in family, Hannah, ZekeWe enjoyed this morning hunting Easter eggs at my parent’s church. They set it up so different age groups were in different areas so the babies wouldn’t get ran over by the big kids. I loved being in the toddler group where the kids share...