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War Room: Where Do You Pray?

Prayer You probably have seen the movie War Room and are familiar with its theme on the power of prayer. In the movie, Miss Clara (one of the main characters) shows Elizabeth a special closet she has dedicated to praying and calls it her “War Room” because as she puts it, “In order to stand up… Continue reading War Room: Where Do You Pray?

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Rotten Fruit and the Fruits of the Spirit: It’s Your Choice

Confession time: A while back, I noticed that I had been cultivating a very bitter angry spirit deep within my soul.  My heart had been heavy and I didn’t know why. I was been fruitless. There had been no joy. Have I been depressed? No, I do not believe so. Depression was something different than this.… Continue reading Rotten Fruit and the Fruits of the Spirit: It’s Your Choice

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Why We Don’t Celebrate Santa Claus

*This post may contain affiliate ads Christmas Time It really is a magical time of year, isn’t it? What is there not to love about all the garland and boughs of holly strung up everywhere? Houses are decorated so beautifully and at night entire neighborhoods are lit up from one end to another. Stores keep… Continue reading Why We Don’t Celebrate Santa Claus

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Ten Things You May Not Know About Me and My Goals for 2018

Putting myself out there for the whole world to read is one thing when I write. However, willingly putting myself out there and offering up personal tidbits about myself is another. It is good for my readers know who is behind the articles and the posts. And it is good for me to keep it… Continue reading Ten Things You May Not Know About Me and My Goals for 2018

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Scriptural Truths on Why We Need God

Disclosure: This post may contain affiliate ads Why We Need God By loving God and reading His Word daily we will prevent spiritual hunger. Spiritual hunger is the act of starving ourselves from the truths that we need in order to know that God loves us. If we are in a drought we will be… Continue reading Scriptural Truths on Why We Need God

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Spiritually Starving: Hungry for the Truth and How to Change It

  Are You Hungry? Hunger is a word that can be used to describe many things. One can be hungry for food, another person, or anything that makes them happy. And he only way to satisfy that hunger is to give it wants. Let’s compare two common types of hunger: physical and spiritual. Physical Signs… Continue reading Spiritually Starving: Hungry for the Truth and How to Change It

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Simple Saturdays: Finances, Christmas Gift Guide, Tired Moms, Money Saving Tips, and Much More

Celebrating Christmas The past few days we were able to celebrate Christmas with some family.  In lieu of receiving an overwhelming amount of Christmas gifts, my children received a Chocolate Lab from their grandparents. Our newest family member, Zuma, named after the Paw Patrol character is already so loved within our family. Our beloved dog,… Continue reading Simple Saturdays: Finances, Christmas Gift Guide, Tired Moms, Money Saving Tips, and Much More

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Guest Post: Being Your Husband’s Helpmeet: What it Actually Means

Over 50% of marriages end in divorce. Divorce is tragic. Nobody is unscathed when a divorce occurs. Children are wounded, and often left bitter and angry, and stuck in the middle between parents. The wife and husband are typically affected on all levels-spiritually, emotionally, physically, and financially. How many of these divorces could have been… Continue reading Guest Post: Being Your Husband’s Helpmeet: What it Actually Means

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How Grieving Parents Can Honor the Memory of Their Child During the Holidays

  Holidays and Grieving Every year at Christmas I struggle with my emotions.  This would have been my son David’s fifth Christmas.  He would have loved everything about Christmas. The wonder of the Christmas lights on the tree at night. The Christmas songs we sing at church. The festive decorations in the stores.  His joy would… Continue reading How Grieving Parents Can Honor the Memory of Their Child During the Holidays

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GUEST POST: 50+ MEANINGFUL CHRISTMAS GIFT IDEAS THAT GIVE BACK

Do you like giving gifts at Christmas time, but are tired of giving gifts just for the sake of giving? What if you had the opportunity to buy gifts that were absolutely delightful and had meaning to them? Meaningful Gifts that Give Back My guest blogger today, who writes at Let Me Not Wander, has compiled… Continue reading GUEST POST: 50+ MEANINGFUL CHRISTMAS GIFT IDEAS THAT GIVE BACK