Category Archives: Parenting

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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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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Got Bible Study?

It’s Saturday night and, like most weeks, my mind goes to the activities of tomorrow which includes the time I’ve been given to meet with a small group to study God’s Word. It’s an important hour in my week. In … Continue reading

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What Will You Do/Give Up for Your Children?

Most parents would answer this question with something like: “Whatever it takes.” or “Anything.” But from my own experience and observation, I do not believe that is true. I am writing this as I look back over 30 years of … Continue reading

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Too Busy to Put Kids to Bed? There’s 24-hour Day Care!

Today’s article on msnbc.com begins with this sentence: Juggling parenting with a high-powered career and hectic social life is a challenge anywhere in the world. And in that first sentence the problems are identified. Parenting is by far the hardest … Continue reading

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The “Do-Over”

My daughter, Janet Lister, has started her own blog, His Grace is Enuff, and I love her post today, Can I Have a Do-Over? . Her blog is an example of this generation using the social media in the best of … Continue reading

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Changed All the Way to my Core

It has been awhile since I wrote a note here. Life has reminded me of carnival rides with the Tile-A-Whirl and roller coasters taking top prizes! The devotionals that I have written in the last few months have a discernible … Continue reading

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Some Truths About Cancer

Recently a friend of mine, David Alan Black, wrote a blog, Five Things To Do When You Hear the “C” Word. The “C” word is cancer. Dave and his wife are walking through a very long cancer journey. His words … Continue reading

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