Barbed Mother’s Day

For many, Mother’s day is a time of celebration and honor. Other’s peering over the fence at this celebration are stung, poked, and cut by the barbed wire at the top of the fence. Be sure to honor, remember, and pray for them this holiday. Continue reading Barbed Mother’s Day

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5 Things to Do With Extra Halloween Candy

What can you do if you end up with extra candy this Halloween? Maybe rain cut back the door knockers or your kids just knocked on too many doors or got too much at the fall festival. What can you do with all that extra? Here are some great ideas (that might just even build character in the process)! Continue reading 5 Things to Do With Extra Halloween Candy

The #1 Thing Husbands Wish Their Wives Knew (It directly correlates to women’s greatest insecurity)

Shaunti and Jeff Feldhan did some very compelling research into men and women’s perspectives in marriage, and they asked this simple question to the men in their study: “What’s the one thing that you wish your wife/significant other knew, but … Continue reading The #1 Thing Husbands Wish Their Wives Knew (It directly correlates to women’s greatest insecurity)

Unfading Beauty: What Does Gentle and Quiet Really Mean?

For the extroverted, boisterous, passionate woman, the words “gentle and quiet spirit” signify that beauty is beyond reach. For the shy, perhaps they are misleading. Let’s look at what is meant in these passages and discover hope for all women that we call can depend on the LORD to work true beauty in our spirits. Continue reading Unfading Beauty: What Does Gentle and Quiet Really Mean?

The Key to Both Wisdom and Knowledge

Finish the statement from Proverbs 1:7, “The fear of the Lord is the beginning of _______.” Wisdom, right? No! The answer in this chapter is “knowledge.” (“Wisdom” would be the answer in Proverbs 9:10). It is incredible that knowing and … Continue reading The Key to Both Wisdom and Knowledge

How Play Can Make or Break our Kids’ Futures

In your last job interview, were you asked, “How did you play as a child?” Engineers entering Caltech’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory are. Why? Caltech found that the new highly-educated engineers were missing something. And it stemmed from the way they played as kids. Continue reading How Play Can Make or Break our Kids’ Futures