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My post last week reminded me about this teaching I heard at a Christian Women’s conference.
In her book Help! I’m Laughing and I Can’t Get Up, Liz Curtis Higgs tells about what she calls, The Four Humor Personalities.
They are, and I quote:
We finished our annual planning time on Wednesday and now it’s time to work the plan. Planning without execution is a futile waste of time.
I always end up with a big to-do list after our planning time and need to remind myself that most of these things are things we hope to accomplish over the…
We have all heard the stories of praying mothers and grandmothers like Susanna Wesley, whose children and grandchildren became great men and women of God. This week I realized that I need to become part of that group and spend more time praying for my children and grandchildren.
Today more than ever there is a need…
You bet! And if you don’t believe me here are a few photos to prove it.
Our stop at Voyagers National Park in Northern Minnesota proved to be very interesting as these photos will attest.
Dan had a chance to show off his manly skills
Rebekah managed to figure out…
THE PARABLE OF THE PEAR TREE Author Unknown
Found on verseoftheday.com
A father wanted to teach his four sons the lesson of not judging something or someone too quickly, and so he called his four sons together and said "I have a task for you. I want you, my eldest son to go out into our fields…
As a homeschool mother I’m always on the lookout for practical projects that I can do with our children that teach them that giving of themselves, their time and their money are not just things that parents do, but things that we all can do even at a young age.
I recently discovered Randy Alcorn’s website…
As Stormie Omartian discusses in her book, The Power of Praying for your Adult Children, “the Lord is very willing to reveal His vision to us. He desires for all of us to have His vision for our lives, to have our eyes opened to understand our purpose and calling so we can respond correctly…