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Day 2: Praying for your Husband

  “She does him good . . .” (Proverbs 31:12a) Bless your husband by praying for him! The Apostle Paul instructed all Christians to pray for one another (Ephesians 6:18). This includes wives’ responsibility and privilege to pray for their husbands. Earnest prayer for your husband is good for him, for you and the spiritual…… Continue reading Day 2: Praying for your Husband

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The rainbow after the storm: Interview with Jennifer Ross

Since the loss of my son  nearly four years ago, I have had the opportunity to meet some wonderful people who have become a part of my journey. One of those that really stands out is my friend and author Jennifer Ross.  Jennifer and I had an immediate connection as we bonded over the loss…… Continue reading The rainbow after the storm: Interview with Jennifer Ross

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We have been forgiven. The price has been paid. We are called to forgive others as well. But do you forgive yourself? Whoa? What? Forgive ourselves? For past mistakes and sins. If you have asked forgiveness the slate has been wiped clean. But have you forgiven yourself? Do you live in tormented by some long…… Continue reading Forgiveness

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Winter blues….

  The clang clang clang of soaked winter gear in the the dryer is deafening. The sun is shining in through all the windows.  Two children napping and three resting after an afternoon of playing outside.  Three giggling girls came in soaking wet all the way to the skin from their playing. They came in…… Continue reading Winter blues….

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A picture is worth a thousand words

Even though this picture is from two years ago, I still remember the day clearly. It was a hot summer day and things were not going my way at all.   I was cranky and frustrated with the children because nobody seemed to be listening. However, by the time nap time rolled around I had…… Continue reading A picture is worth a thousand words