Help Children Discover Their God-Given Talents

Written by: | April 14, 2014

Ever doubt yourself? Ever doubt that there is something special and unique in you that God can use to do something amazing in your life or the lives of others? What is that unique God-given talent that you can use to bring glory to God? These are questions that...
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Celebrate Spring With This Scene

Written by: | April 14, 2014

We couldn’t be more excited that spring is finally here! It’s been a long, cold winter with not much snow in my town, yet we’ve spent way too many days inside. We’re ready to head outside, warm up in the sunshine and see some spring flowers! Since flowers are not...
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Frugal Family-Friendly Spring Break Ideas

Written by: | April 14, 2014

I’ll just come right out and say it: one of my top tips for a frugal Spring Break is to travel when no one else is. Of course, that can be difficult since it’s typically the school system that determines when families travel and thus, encourages a price hike...
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St. Patrick’s Day and The Trinity

Written by: | April 14, 2014

Growing up with a rich Irish heritage, St. Patrick’s Day has always been a big deal to me. We celebrated as a family with an Irish meal and adorned our clothing and home with green everywhere. I celebrated the holiday with pride and would tell everyone I knew about...
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Where’s God When I’m Scared?

Written by: | April 14, 2014

People don’t necessarily categorize me as a compassionate person. I’m okay with that, because I realize we are all different. However, when it comes to fear and my kids experiencing it, my compassion goes through the roof. Perhaps it’s my firsthand experience with fear as an adult that allows...
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9 Family Fun Night Ideas

Written by: | April 14, 2014

by Tara Ziegmont Here’s a radical concept: In order for your family to have fun together, they must spend time together. So get out of your comfort zone and breathe life, joy, and camaraderie into your family. –Dave Stone, Building Family Ties with Faith, Love & Laughter Whether you work away...
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How to Love When You Don’t Feel Like It

Written by: | April 14, 2014

How to Love When You Don’t Feel Like It – by Sami Cone Love. It’s what makes the world go ’round, right? But what about those of us who don’t have love in our lives? Or worse yet, what if we love deeply, but get hurt by that love? Perhaps we’ve reached the...
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10 Ways to Communicate Love to Your Kids

Written by: | April 14, 2014

10 Ways to Communicate Love to Your Kids Emily Elling I have four children: a 9-year-old girl, a 6-year-old girl, a 4-year-old boy and my youngest, a 2-year-old boy. That’s right, two big girls and two little boys. If there’s one thing I’ve learned – the hard way, through...
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4 Ways to Honor God on Valentine’s Day

Written by: | February 14, 2014

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Discipline Kids In Love

Written by: | February 11, 2014

“Love him through this, and be patient.” Those are the words God whispered to me ever so gently in the midst of a frustrating parenting moment. It stopped me in my tracks, because it was a 180 turn from the direction I was going. Parenting is one of the...
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