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HOW TO RAISE GODLY GIRLS TO BE PURE IN HEART

PURE IN HEART To be pure is to be clean, wholesome, and abstain from evil or wrongdoing.  In church culture or society, purity typically used in reference to a person’s sexual behavior. It is very common in church culture to have teens take a purity oath, swear to be abstinent, and wear a ring as… Continue reading HOW TO RAISE GODLY GIRLS TO BE PURE IN HEART

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HOW TO SHARE THE GOSPEL

THE HEART OF A LITTLE GIRL Yesterday, we were at the doctor for a pre-op appointment for my seven-year-old daughter. She is going to be having her tonsils and adenoids removed, and tubes put in both ears. She has been ill almost non-stop since last November with colds, fevers, RSV, strep throat, and other infections.… Continue reading HOW TO SHARE THE GOSPEL

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Effective Tips and Tricks for Spring Cleaning

Spring has sprung!  Spring is here, spring is finally here! Even though we have snow still, bare patches of the ground are starting to peek out from under the mountain of snow that we call our yard. This is the time of year that many of us start to envision a clean home with the… Continue reading Effective Tips and Tricks for Spring Cleaning

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Eating Birthday Cake Alone: Celebrating the Birth of My Son

Today is your birthday. You would have been five years old. This year on your birthday there will be one empty seat. We will miss you sitting at the table with us as we celebrate your birthday. For you this would have been a milestone year, as turning five years old would be for so… Continue reading Eating Birthday Cake Alone: Celebrating the Birth of My Son

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How Far is Too Far: The Government vs Alfie Evans

Alfie Evan’s and His Story Have you been keeping up on the situation over in England regarding the baby that is not allowed to leave the hospital?  If you are on social media such as Twitter or Facebook, it would be very difficult to miss this story happening right now in the UK.  It is all… Continue reading How Far is Too Far: The Government vs Alfie Evans

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How to Speak Life Into Your Home

If you have been on my blog for any length of time, then you know that I often remind women that we set the tone for our homes.  This is done through our attitudes and actions by speaking life through words of encouragement. “The wife and mother in a family often ‘sets the tone’ in… Continue reading How to Speak Life Into Your Home

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5 Steps in Overcoming an Anger Problem

“I am so angry right now…….Have you ever said those words? Do you ever get annoyed at the number of times you hear “Mommy” throughout the day? How about walking into a room that you just cleaned to see it messed up again-did you get angry? What about snapping at your children because you wanted… Continue reading 5 Steps in Overcoming an Anger Problem

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How to Make Your Husband a Priority in Marriage

How is your marriage? Would you like to have more Biblically sound marriage? Does your husband feel like he is a priority in your marriage? If so, you are not going to want to miss today’s guest post by my friend, Tiffany Montgomery, from HopeJoyInChrist.  She has some great tips on how to make your… Continue reading How to Make Your Husband a Priority in Marriage

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13 Depression-era Life Lessons for Christians to have a Successful Life

Grandparents and Life Lessons My great grandparents were a very important part of my life.  Life at their farmhouse stood still when you were there.  I can still see my grandma (just barely over 4 ft) standing at the kitchen counter making her famous cinnamon rolls. I can clearly remember my grandfather sitting on the… Continue reading 13 Depression-era Life Lessons for Christians to have a Successful Life

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Mom: Why You Have the Best Job in the World

Mom: Why You Have the Best Job in the World When I was in college, there was no doubt that when I graduated, I would join the workforce. When I became pregnant as a newly married senior in college, I didn’t even think I would take the normal 6-week maternity leave.   I was taught… Continue reading Mom: Why You Have the Best Job in the World