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SATURDAY SOAKER

There’s something about Memorial Day weekend that seems to conjure memories of camping trips interrupted by rain. It seems to never fail. There is almost always a certain amount of rain during this holiday. Maybe it’s the tears of God … Continue reading

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WHAT IS YOUR REALITY?

With all that’s occurred in the past two years, it’s no wonder that there’s more mental illness, depression and anxiety. The number for young people needing counseling has risen at alarming rates. Those individuals from 15 to 24 years of age, show … Continue reading

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THINGS I WISH I HADN’T SAID AS A MOM

When it comes to Mother’s Day, I have a lot of regrets as to how I raised my children, but at the same time I thank God for helping me through the process. There were things I wish I had … Continue reading

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MIND WHAT YOU SAY TO YOUR KIDS

  Do you ever stop to think about things that were said to you when you were a kid?  The words we say can really impact them in one way or another, or at least conjure up ideas that go way … Continue reading

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TEACH YOUR CHILDREN WELL

Today children often learn more about life from the internet, their peers and the world than thefrom their immediate family.  We’ve strayed as a nation from the truths of the Bible and our desires to create the “perfect world” for our children … Continue reading

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ROD & REPROOF

Dr. Benjamin Spock, was one a best selling author of the 1960s with his book on childrearing.  His ideas were mind blowing to most older parents.  He suggested letting a child cry a while before picking them up and holding them.  He advocated permissiveness over hard discipline such … Continue reading

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