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Reality Check

Circumstances often shows us the reality of our stance. Especially in the life of a Christian, the truth of what we believe, is made known to us through testing times. 551 more words

Everyday Living

Porch Lessons

One of the strongest and most lasting lessons I learned as a child was the one of reaping what we sow.

Our old Queen Anne style house had a porch that wrapped half way around it and we sat out there a lot because there was no air conditioning in the house and the porch was usually the coolest place to be in the summertime.  546 more words


As a child, I was always the odd one out. My brother Robert was born in 1930 and in 1939 my 7th sibling was born. Yes, you got that right, my mom had 7 children in 9 years and there were no twins in there.  329 more words

Being a Good Steward as a Single Mom

Today I wanted to talk about finances. Most of us single moms took a financial step back when we became single. The majority of mom’s I have gotten to know are now low income, although there are a few who have been very well provided for. 1,882 more words


The Power of Confession and the Reality of God's Grace

I am a person who actually likes confession. I realize my need for sisters-in-Christ to be in prayer for me in this area, that overcoming sin is not something the Lord meant for us to do by ourselves. 914 more words


* The Importance of Prayer * And How To Pray Using The ACTS Model *

Prayer. The most powerful weapon we wield as Christians. Yet we rarely make use of it. Maybe we think God will just take care of things, we don’t need to pray. 1,162 more words


It's Free, It's Already Paid For

The title of this post is what it is, I chose that title because it is true and I myself am still learning this.

As I might have shared before I’m partially dependant on my dad and my fiance. 550 more words

Everyday Living