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Declaring God’s Word over your Children

Declaring God's Word over your Children

After I came back to the Lord and started going to church my eyes were open to the power of God’s word and how important it was for me to Declare God’s word over my children. Before I met my husband I was a single mom and I had the awesome opportunity to take my children to school every morning, so during the car ride they always heard me declaring God’s word over them. I […]

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The Motherhood of the Inside Out Pants

The Motherhood of the Inside Out Pants

I can’t believe it has taken me this long to let it go. All these years I have allowed it to consume me, anger me, frustrate me and literally brought me to tears. Yes, even tears! I use to love washing the dark clothes being that it consisted mostly of jeans which are so easy to separate, fold and put away. That was until I had kids! I would cringe when that day rolled around […]

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3 Silly Questions that Helped Overcome my Depression Today

3 Silly Questions that Helped Overcome my Depression Today

Today was one of those days. I’ve been struggling with depression this entire week and today I kicked it’s butt! But not without the help of my heavenly Father and my earthly Dad. You see I have a 21 yr. old son that I only hear from when he needs something and though I Praise God that he is still alive and well to be able to call me and ask me for things, it […]

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Who Cried for the Little Boy Book Review

Who Cried for the Little Boy Book Review

DESCRIPTION: Ellen Huntington was a happily married mother of two when 17-year-old Josh entered her life. As Ellen deals with Josh’s past issues of abandonment, abuse and dysfunction, she digs deep into her faith to survive in an unfamiliar world. After all the heart wrenching struggles Ellen and Josh endured, is Ellen’s unconditional love enough or will Josh give up it all? When I purchased this book I was really thinking about a dear friend […]

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I’m Thankful for being able to work from home

I'm Thankful for being able to work from home

As I sit here and write this post I look at the clock that reads 12:00 pm and I realize I’m still in my PJ’s! So on this 5th day of #30DaysofPraise I am so thankful for the opportunity to be able to work in the comfort of my own home. I’m not going to lie and say it’s all peaches and cream because it’s NOT. I’ve been working from home ever since 2001 and […]

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I’m Thankful for answered prayers

I'm Thankful for answered prayers

Have you ever prayed for something and your prayers were answered in the most amazing way? I have! So on this 4th day of #30DaysofPraise I have to share with you how awesome our God is and how if we truly trust him to answer our prayers when and how he feels is best for us, we’ll never doubt him. It was just about 2 years ago I received a call from my son Shane saying […]

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I’m Thankful for my friends

I'm Thankful for my friends

People come into your life for a reason, a season or a lifetime On Day 2 of #30DaysofPraise I am most thankful for the friends God has strategically placed in my life for these past 40 years (still can’t believe I’m writing that number lol). Looking back over the years I can see how each friend contributed to my life and how they helped me grow stronger in my faith. Whether it be because they stood with me in […]

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I’ll lend you a child by Edgar Guest

I'll lend you a child by Edgar Guest

  For the past month or so I have watched a family fight for their precious son to live. They opened up their family, their home and their hearts to hundreds of thousands of people on Facebook in order to bring awareness to Childhood Cancer and find a Cure. They have prayed fervently, relied heavily on their faith in Jesus Christ to get them through and have been such a shining light in a terrible […]

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A Child’s Bill of Rights Poem

A Child's Bill of Rights Poem

Train a child in the way he should go; and, even when old, he will not depart from it ~ Proverbs 22:6 This keeps coming to mind as I’m raising teenagers. Maybe it can help some of you that are raising teenagers or even pre-teens for that matter also. My son came home from school one day, with a smirk upon his face. He decided he was smart enough, to put me in my place. […]

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