A Family Fourth

Written by: | July 1, 2014

Some people see July 4th as an opportunity to celebrate the adoption of the Declaration of Independence. For me, it’s an excuse for a family celebration! We don’t have any local extended family, so sometimes it’s just my husband and I with our kids.  We will have a “party”. ...
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The Value Of Scripture and a FREE PDF Download

Written by: | June 27, 2014

Our children struggle with sin, just like we do.  It breaks my heart when they sin, but it also grieves my Heavenly Father when I do. He wants the best for me, and that requires walking in obedience.  He still loves me completely and fully.  Nothing I can do...
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Cultivating a Love for Jesus in Your Child

Written by: | June 26, 2014

I didn’t grow up in a Christian home. My parents were (and still are) loving, supportive, involved, and hardworking. But I didn’t grow up going to church, reading the Bible, listening to worship songs, or knowing Jesus. It wasn’t until high school that a friend of mine invited me...
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9 Ways to Keep Your Cool When Your Kids Lose Theirs

Written by: | June 24, 2014

I am far from a perfect parent. One friend thinks I’m too lenient with my kids. Another thinks I am too attached. I secretly worry that I’m messing them up forever. It’s always something, isn’t it? We’re beautiful, messy people and beautiful, messy parents. Part of the beauty of...
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If your friends…would you?

Written by: | June 19, 2014

I’m sure all of us can remember a myriad of catchphrases we overheard our parents chastise us with over and over again as we were growing up, but perhaps none more than “If your friends jumped off a bridge, would you?” Perhaps it sounded a little different in your...
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The Best Daddy I’ve Ever Known

Written by: | June 3, 2014

As Father’s Day draws near, we often reflect on those men in our lives who have shown us what it truly means to be a father. They have become our heroes, our leaders, and living examples of sacrifice and love. Dads are superheroes in the eyes of their children...
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