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A Home for the Most High

When you were a kid, did you build forts? Maybe you had a treehouse or a playhouse that you enjoyed with friends. My friends and I played in the woods and positioned broken tree limbs to form “walls” for our house. What is it about a home-like structure that infatuates us as children? While in […]

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Hope Deferred

Beth finished sharing with the ladies gathered at Bible Study about her father’s coming to salvation in Jesus shortly before he passed from this earth. It was a touching story for all of us to hear, but I wasn’t prepared for the full impact that hit me. I sobbed. In the midst of my ugly […]

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100-Day Identity Makeover: Day 52

Day 52 You Are Adopted as Sons (Daughters) Through Jesus Christ (Ephesians 1:5) My first exposure to adoption was through Different Strokes, a well-known television show that ran during the ’80’s. The weekly episodes our family viewed taught me adoption is a choice based out of love. I gained understanding that those who previously had no […]

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Why the Home?

When I was a little girl, I played House and School. Pretty normal, right? When I grew up, I started a family, became a stay-at-home mom, and did eight years of home education. So not normal! But fulfilling? Yes, very fulfilling, and I would do it all over again! My heart for the home and […]

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Christmas celebrations

Christmas memories: time with family and friends, joy in decorating and celebrating Jesus!

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marriage talk

A big thanks goes to Debbie Harper for bringing me onboard as a marriage article writer for her online magazine publication, My Friend Debbie. Click here to visit the magazine and read my article, “She Brings Her Husband Good.”

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