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Marriage + Family

Four warning signs your teen may be in an abusive relationship

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Parents, pastors, teachers and youth pastors did you know: 40% of girls age 14 to 17 report knowing someone their age who has been hit or beaten by a boyfriend Nearly 1 in 5 teenage girls who have been in a relationship said a boyfriend had threatened violence or self-harm if the couple…

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Voices from the past

A sad reality hit me the other night. As I was talking with my nephew about his deceased grandparents (and great-grandparents), it struck me that I’ve largely forgotten what their voices sounded like. I can hear them pronounce certain words and how they phrased things in my head, but that’s no way to convey that to my nephew. Before…

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A king, a toilet, and a cave

One of the things we allow our girls to do as we read through the Bible, is to pull out the crayons and paper and draw something that they heard. This allows them to keep their hands busy, while soaking in the reading. One of my favorite drawings came from our Kindergartener. (And I really wish I had kept it). It was a guy, wearing a crown,…

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A legacy of faith

The genealogy in Matthew 1 isn’t something we have really read together as a family. It doesn’t really make for compelling reading. But we took a look at it with our family and talked through some of the names we knew. These names provided a legacy of Faith for Jesus. Many of the names in His ancestry had some amazing stories of God…

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Ahh, parenting…the beautiful letdown

As moms, we have a lot on our plate running a household!  Just look at the start of the day.  You make sure the kids get up in the morning and ready for school.  You ask “Are you all ready to walk out the door?” and of course they say “Yes” which really means I still have to brush my teeth, do my hair, and study…

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3 lessons my garden taught me about parenting

We have a garden in our back yard. Things grow very well in it. Unfortunately, not food. The strawberries we produced, were eaten by rabbits before we got to them. Most of our rhubarb went unharvested. The only things that thrived were dandelions, and some nettle. I’m sowing strawberries, but I’m reaping weeds. It isn’t a matter…

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Missing money

Anyone who has been stealing must steal no longer, but must work, doing something useful with their own hands that they may have something to share with those in need. (Ephesians 4:28) It’s time for another listener question. “I’m almost sure my 12 year old daughter stole money from my purse.  What should I do?” Begin by telling your…

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How motherhood can lead to blindness

When I first laid eyes on my newborn son, I didn’t know that motherhood would impair my vision.  On that day when I drank deep the sight of him, all wet and wiggly and wonderful, I had no idea that I’d  be prone to blindness. When I lost myself in his baby blues, my labor-weary body ravished by awe,  I couldn’t have imagined that…

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