Monthly Archives: March 2012

Listening for God’s Whisper

I couldn’t get on Facebook today (or this weekend, for that matter) without reading someone’s opinion on the new movie out this weekend – both positive and negative.  I admit that I have not read the books or seen the … Continue reading

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Protect Our Children

It’s becoming a common story in the news these days – someone who was entrusted with the care of children molested them, abused them, and, in some circumstances, even killed them!  These people are teachers, youth group sponsors, school maintenance … Continue reading

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Characteristics of a Good Friend

Lately, I have been observing Hannah as she interacts with other children.  Most of the time, she will go right up to another child – no matter their age – try to hold their hand, give them her name, and … Continue reading

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A Lesson in Parenting from Our Heavenly Father

I don’t know how many times a day Hannah and Ephraim beg for food.  They will get finished with breakfast and ask me what they can have for snack (okay, this is more Hannah than Ephraim, but he is always … Continue reading

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Supporting Superman

“It’s a bird!  It’s a plane!”  No, it’s. . .my husband?! As long as we’re thinking about supporting one another, we might as well take a moment to reflect on supporting the most important person in our lives – our … Continue reading

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Support Needed Part 2: Training the Troops

Since this topic is so close to my heart, I thought I would continue on the subject of supporting one another.  So here’s Day 2 of “Support Needed!” My kids have been sick for almost two weeks now.  We have … Continue reading

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Support Needed!

“Search me, O God, and know my heart! Try me and know my thoughts!” – Ps. 139:23 I think it happens about a thousand times a day for me.  There is always some judgment to be passed.  I may be … Continue reading

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