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Is your “Timeshare” version of Faith pushing your teen away? Recently I took my oldest son to talk to both an Army and an Air Force recruiter.  It is important that you know that from the time of Jake’s earliest declarations of what he would be when he grew up, he knew that…

The Day I Said “I Do”, I Didn’t Have a Clue!

The Day I Said “I Do”, I Didn’t Have a Clue!

It has been almost 23 years since I stood at the altar and said, “I do.” At eighteen, I was sure that the best route for my life included this man. And I was right. What I did not know was how hard it would be. I thought that “Love – the emotion” could get us through anything. I could not have been more wrong! If you have ever been married, you know it only takes a couple of months for the world of perfection to fall apart.

Running On Empty

Running On Empty

Is “Remembering the Sabbath” a thing of the past? Does the 4th Commandment still apply to us today?  If so, how should busy families honor God in today’s culture?

For a couple of years, I have been struggling to find answers to these questions. There are many opinions, but my heart longs to follow God’s desire.  In this article, I offer humble encouragement to closely examine…

A Child’s Faith in ACTION

This is a true story about Faith! God never fails!

Parenting Teens Is Like Trying to Hold a Bar of Soap - Slippery!

Parenting Teens Is Like Trying to Hold a Bar of Soap - Slippery!

Parenting teens is like trying to hold a bar of soap – hold it too tightly and it slips out of your hand; hold it too loosely and it falls! I can attest to this frustration firsthand. With three teens in my home, there are days that I feel like I am trying to hold a slippery bar of soap and failing miserably. Although there are special joys and challenges at every stage of parenting, some of the…

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