About Catherine Arveseth

In four years, Catherine became the mother of five children, including two sets of twins. Catherine recounts her long struggle with infertility and how time in this personal “wilderness” helped her to see motherhood differently. Catherine also shares some of the complexities, joys, and coping strategies that help her live–and love–her busy life as a mother of five. http://www.wildnprecious.com/

Catherine Arveseth When I think about who I love, rather than what I love, the words come easy. So… here we go. I love God. With all I have. He is my Father, my haven of safety, my refuge. In prayer and in thought. I know immediately when I am choosing something he wouldn’t be…

“That ye may be able to comprehend…the breadth, and length, and depth, and height; And know the love of Christ” Ephesians 3: 18-19 Enter Disney World’s Magic Kingdom. We are walking down Main Street, five children linked to each other in various handholds, when we look up and notice a small plane puffing smoky letters…

We asked Multiply Goodness author Catherine Arveseth if we could share this beautiful tribute she wrote for her grandmother last month. We think her grandmother Dorothy exemplifies exactly what it means to multiply goodness, and we’ve been thinking about it ever since we read it. We hope you learn as much as we did and…

This week, we’ll be posting ideas and traditions from our Multiply Goodness authors on how they remember the Savior and prepare their hearts for Easter during this holiest of weeks. We hope you’ll join us and find some inspiration. And we hope you’ll share your traditions and ideas with us as well. It is Saturday,…

This week, we’ll be posting ideas and traditions from our Multiply Goodness authors on how they remember the Savior and prepare their hearts for Easter during this holiest of weeks. We hope you’ll join us and find some inspiration. And we hope you’ll share your traditions and ideas with us as well. Twenty years ago…

Last month we took our twin boys to the happiest place on earth. Nope, not Maui. That would be my happy place. Yup, you guessed it. Disneyland. Our boys are five. They’d never been to Disneyland. Their sisters told them plenty of stories. But this was a first for them. A maiden voyage into the…

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I was listening to a story on NPR by Kirk Siegler. It was the kind of glimpse into a life that leaves you profoundly awed. Incredulous really. That there are people out there, working or living in a context so different from yours, in places so much darker than your comfortable sphere of light, you…

They stood side by side. My baby sister and her new husband. Framed by the tree with lights in it. My parent’s backyard hummed with people – friends and family who came to celebrate this union, this joined life. And the synergy between the two was palpable. Her blue eyes sparkled brighter than usual as…

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