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Easter Bunny's, Chocolate, Spring Lambs and Laughter

All that chocolate in the shops, lambs in the fields, dry sunny weather, children off school – it must be Easter.   This is a time of year that I always enjoy. 297 more words


Quotes from Shepherding a Child’s Heart (Ch. 7-9)

I have been enjoying re-reading “Shepherding a Child’s Heart” by Tedd Tripp. It is a very challenging book that I would highly recommend to all parents. 399 more words

Children's Ministry

Fake Love, Fake War: Why So Many Men Are Addicted to Internet Porn and Video Games

Orgasm without intimacy. Adrenaline without danger.  Sounds like the perfect ingredients to emasculate men.

Check out this great article about what some are pointing to as the “Demise of Guys.” This is something every guy or parent of boys should really consider.  257 more words



There is an old adage that says “Do what you love, and you will never work a day in your life.” I don’t believe in that nonsense because if you do what you love what you do and you do that for work you’ll eventually tire of it and what was once your passion will become a drain. 273 more words


Scattered Relations

Far away moved on the hills,
Soul peacefully residing.
The serene of silence,
Within peace acquiring.

Each relations left on the path,
Emotions builting up till drowning. 50 more words


The Isolation of Insecurity

Proverbs 18:1 He who isolates himself, rages against all wise judgement and seeks his own desire.

When I think of this text or even just the idea of isolation, the culprit that comes to mind is insecurity. 392 more words


Rugby selfie with Mom and Dad

Last Saturday at the college rugby game we went to see, one boy broke his nose and another broke his leg. Not among those tending to their bleeding children, I had time to pose on the sidelines with my son and husband for this selfie. 315 more words

Being Yourself