Category Archives: Family

Parental Training

Train children in the right way, and when old, they will not stray.    Proverbs 22:6 (NRSV) Watching parents raise their children has been interesting, of a growing concern and a focus of recent prayer for me. Let me say … Continue reading

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Living With Pain

When you live your life and every day involves pain, physical excruciating pain, some might say that isn’t much of a life. I have been told God would not want me to live with pain and, with faith, should ask … Continue reading

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Destructive Myth: A Woman Can Have It ALL

A truly good wife is the most precious treasure a man can find! 11 Her husband depends on her, and she never lets him down. Proverbs 31:10-11 (CEV) And the Proverb goes on to say that this woman: is good … Continue reading

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Share-A-Supper Group

… we gathered with the local believers to share … Luke 20:7 (NLT) Thursday, September 5, 2013 at 6:00 p.m. Everyone in the Pensacola, FL area, whether you live here or are friends and family and visiting the area: You … Continue reading

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Incomprehensible Suicide

Rizzoli and Isles is a show that I have enjoyed watching and the character, Detective Frost played by Lee Thompson Young, has been a favorite as he seemed more like a real person with common sense and a gentle soul. … Continue reading

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Moving Brings Good Cleaning

I have moved only nine times in my entire life. I know people who move about every five years because they enjoy fixing up homes and then turning them over. I also know military people who have moved more times … Continue reading

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End Times?

I have been musing lately about the “end times.” Now that is unusual for me. I am not a watcher of sign posts for the end times. I have always read the Scripture to say that I should be ready … Continue reading

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Holidays – Finding the Celebration

I’m going to share something deeply personal about holidays. I hope anyone reading this will say, “Oh, I already knew that.” because it has been a very difficult lesson for me to learn. For many years, I followed in the … Continue reading

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Not Every Question Has A Satisfactory Answer

My husband was recently in a group of people who were discussing grief and loss. As is often the case, he was asked to share his views. This happens, in his case, because he has a Masters in Biblical Languages, … Continue reading

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What is True Love?

I have been troubled about the lessons that are being spouted about love throughout the media. There’s even a Christian online dating service that reminds us in its TV ad that God just might not be able to bring two … Continue reading

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