Titus2 Ministry Update

I wanted to give you a peek into the day-to-day Titus2 ministry details and what’s currently going on.

Weekly, Dad writes and sends out his Seriously Dads e-mail. He’s so faithful (never misses a week!), and his guys are really loyal. You can sign up here.

We continue to publish the monthly Mom’s Corner. I write the newsy part and do all the formatting, and Mom writes the actual Corner. We usually send it the first Tuesday of the month.ย You can sign up here.

Books and CDs continue to ship out to homes worldwide. Mary does quite a bit of the shipping, and while she’s away, Mom and I are doing it. We are so blessed to be able to share with families!

Mom is definitely a Titus2 mentor, spending time answering e-mails and helping moms. She’s in a new season of life, without any left in homeschool! She loves to invest in her daughters-in-law, grandchildren,ย and others whom the Lord brings into her life.

Mom has a beautiful view out her window!

Occasionally, we have a little work party and compile kits into the Managers of Their Chores books or Scheduling Kits to the Managers of Their Homes book. We girls can fly through them pretty fast. Last time, Dad got us coffee from our favorite coffee shop. Sister fellowship and coffee = a great combination!

Yes, yes, and YES! I’m writing another children’s book. I’m excited and amazed as I write the first draft. God has been so gracious to me, and I am thrilled to see it taking shape!

Oh, and I work hard to keep three blog posts coming each week. ๐Ÿ™‚

That’s the latest!


“For the grace of God that bringeth salvation hath appeared to all
men, Teaching us that, denying ungodliness and worldly lusts, we
should live soberly, righteously, and godly, in this present world;
Looking for that blessed hope, and the glorious appearing of the
great God and our Saviour Jesus Christ.”
(Titus 2:11-13)

28 thoughts on “Titus2 Ministry Update”

  1. What a blessing! Y’all make me think of my family! We don’t have the same things going on, but we pack a lot into every day!

  2. I really like this issue of Seriously Dad’s. I don’t subscribe because, well, I’m not a Dad and was unsure of the content but this took me back to a very young adulthood. I secured a job as receptionist at a financial institution. Although I most likely earned the least money of anyone there, my manager explained to me before I was hired that I would be the most important employee because I would be every visitors first impression of the company. Imagine what our neighborhoods and town would look like if not for the sanitation workers. They are in charge of our visitors first impressions!

    OK, Teri has an amazing office area. I wonder if she ever gets distracted watching the children play in Aunties Park. What a blessing for a mother and grandmother. She is an amazing mentor to so many of us. I know I, and probably many others wish we had unlimited access to her wisdom and advice.

    Thanks for the post Sarah. Have an awesome weekend.


    1. Hi Johnna, what a great vision your boss put before you with your job, and I really like the analogy to city sanitation workers and their role in the impression of our towns.

      I get very distracted, in a happy, blessed way, watching my grandchildren, usually with an aunt or two, in the backyard! Sometimes it is so beautiful, wholesome, and delightful that I get tears in my eyes watching. For Auntie’s playtime when the weather is nice, they will often play at Auntie’s park. Before playtime is over, it is singing time – happy, children’s Bible songs with Anna and Mary leading that precious group of children. They are energetic and joyful, giving glory to God, and I praise the Lord! In addition, He is so good to allow me from the depths of my failures and weakness to be able to encourage my sisters in Christ.

  3. We are so encouraged by all you guys do. Thanks so much!! We pray for you all and your ministry often.

  4. keeping & maintaining a blog with busy schedule is not easy…. i donโ€™t have kids but i am very very busy working, cooking, cleaning… i used to have a blog but it had to stop because its not easy to fit everything in one day… thanks for sharing your life … keep up the great work.

  5. I always enjoy a behind-the-scenes peek into your ministry and lives! ๐Ÿ™‚ How wonderful that the Maxwell family is reaching families worldwide. You all are a blessing to so many – – thank you!
    Love, Mrs. Patti

  6. Always love your pictures and posts! So excited about your new book. I have started to read one to my granddaughter this summer. What a sweet picture of you and Ellie! Thank you for sharing.

  7. You have shared your family life and work with us for years. You may never really know how many lives you have touched but mine is one of them. Thank you for your example of faithful family love. I am encouraged when I see consistent devotion because of Christ.

  8. Thank you for all y’all do. Esp to Sarah for the Moody books and this great blog. Can’t wait for your new book to come out!

    PS – Thought you’d think this is funny. Joyanna and I just finished the Moody Series (except for Sunflower’s Christmas Miracle, she’s 6 and she has to be 7 for that one). In one chapter it said they had goldfish for lunch and she looked at me like “gross!” She was thinking goldfish like fish cuz we don’t eat the crackers. LOL.

  9. Hey Sarah!

    In addition to your books, have you thought about starting your own blog? Iโ€™d love to see your own musings!

  10. Thanks for the update Sarah!!!
    It’s fun to see what your family is doing and how you share your time with each other and with all of us!!!

    God Bless!!!

  11. Hello Sarah,
    Thank you you so much for starting a new book. My daughter, Hannah, loves your books and reads them over and over again. She asked me if I would write to you
    to encourage you in this endeavor. We will be praying for you as you write. Come visit us next time you are in Colorado. We would love to see you all. May the Lord continue to richly bless you and your dear family.

  12. Sarah – put on your wish list a varidesk. I have one and it is amazing. It can raise and lower your work space including your laptop.

    I just love it so I am not sitting at my desk all the time.

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