The BIGBible Project
Emma is a BIGBible Project #Digidisciple, writing articles on the 1st of each month about "seeking God online".
February 2012 http://bigbible.org.uk/2012/02/seeking-god-online-digidisciple-emmauk74/
Getting Your Kids Through Church
Emma went to a GYKTC event and was blown away by the messages she heard and truths she found. She was subsequently asked to write for the organisation, the article is Not all church kids fit the church mould
Britmums Charity Bloggers
Emma is one of the Britmums Charity Bloggers, writing articles on charity issues and raising the profile of charities and campaigns. She was in at the start at the launch of blogging it forward http://www.britmumsblog.com/2012/02/britmums-charity-round-up/
Emma is part of the Netmums Blogger Network; bloggers who are mums are to be found in this network; it truly is the place to be seen. Find them at http://www.netmums.com/bloggers/
Pinterest for Kids Work Ideas
Emma writes about her experience using Pinterest in her ministry and kids work http://www.britmumsblog.com/2012/02/guest-post-pinterest-my-first-port-of-call-for-kids-work-idea/
What Marriage Means to Me
Emma is our first contributor from the UK, as well as the longest-married so far, at 13 years. She tells us about how each chapter of her marriage has brought new lessons about what marriage really means
Where's the fuel gauge?
Emma brings us a very emotional heart-breaking story of her breastfeeding experience today. Get the tissues ready!! http://thismummyloves.blogspot.com/2011/03/wheres-fuel-gauge-by-emma.html
Too Cool for Skool
Guest post by Emma – Reflection on my school days now I’m a mum at the school gate. Has anything really changed? http://www.littlemummy.com/2011/03/15/too-cool-for-skool/
How Does Depression Look to You?
This article was written in April 2011 and is now being published as part of a book on depression.
We hear from Emma, a full-time mum, part-time volunteer, part-time career advisor and a Licensed Lay Minister. She talks of her lifelong issues with depression and post-natal depression and her words will I am sure strike a chord with many of us. http://nowrigglingoutofwriting.wordpress.com/2011/04/05/how-does-depression-look-to-you-emmas-story/
Our little story of baby signing
This was written in 2012 to add to the Collected experiences of parents' speech and language development.