Theresa Ceniccola Archive
People think I'm crazy, but I plan for failure.
Raising a family while running a business, blog or ministry? You'll fit right in at She Builds a Business!
Theresa Ceniccola of the International Christian Mompreneur Network shares business lessons from an unlikely source -- a football movie. [When the Game Stands Tall: Movie Review]
If you're feeling ill-equipped to do whatever God is calling you to do in this world, lean on these five scriptures for encouragement and confidence!
My mother taught me to finish what I start and I'm grateful for the lesson. But sometimes I think it's better to call it quits -- especially when letting go is exactly what we need in order
Do you ever find yourself longing for something MORE in life? Theresa Ceniccola finds herself relating to that in today's "A Real Life Look" inspired by the new film Moms' Night Out.
Theresa Ceniccola waited an entire month to take her son to the doctor for a broken finger. If you have a few kids and a busy life, you can probably see how that might happen. But the
Tired of going through the motions? Shake things up a bit with these seven unusual ideas to observe Lent.
Too many snow days? It's not easy getting work done while your little ones are home. Take a peek at these great tips for surviving "Friendly Fire" when your work day gets "attacked" by adorable little distractions!
Have you made New Year's Resolutions? Theresa Ceniccola and the moms of the International Christian Mompreneur Network have a better idea. They are selecting a Verse of the Year to guide them through 2014. Which scripture passage
If you've ever been told to "enjoy the moment," this is a must-read!
While my children search for an Elf every morning, I'll be keeping my eyes peeled for Jesus to show up in unusual places.
Under pressure to "Play Big" at work? This may help you feel better.
Do you have a Mom Bucket List? Theresa Ceniccola maintains that you should...and she tells you why (and how).
Theresa Ceniccola shares five "whispers" that help her move towards peace and productivity