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Day 1

I’ve been off all of these days because unfortunately I got sick from my stomach and I had a relapse in my struggle against deppression. I will not lie, it’s not all bad, I tried to relax and take care of myself through these horrible days. 294 more words

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Chasing Perfection

Daily Readings

From the Revised Common Lectionary

Psalm 62; Hosea 12:2-14; Matthew 19:16-22

“Jesus said to him, “If you would be perfect, go, sell what you possess and give to the poor, and you will have treasure in heaven; and come, follow me.””

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[QOTW] How Do You Decide Who To Trust With Your Children? [Written by Brandon Williams]

I personally can’t wait to be a father. Now, I understand that being a parent is no picnic and that there are just as many burdens as there are blessings when it comes to parenthood but, I still enthusiastically look forward to the day that I’m able to create a little bundle of life of my very own. 283 more words

Baltimore

Joseph: Slave to Savior

Gen. 37-50; Acts 7.9-14

Life is full of ups and downs. Sometimes things go well and sometimes they don’t. Joseph is a great example to us that we can trust God’s promises no matter the circumstances. 58 more words

Lesson Plan

Memories of Motherhood

This post started out to be humorous, but it just changed. Very suddenly.

Oh, life, you funny old thing.

I spent today, as I do every Monday through Friday, with my best buddy, my heart, my love, my granddaughter Ellie. 560 more words

Parenting

The Queen of Sparkle

“Wow, Mommy! You look just like a queen in that apron!”

Most queens, I bet, spend their afternoons makeupless and covered in splatters of a volcano experiment gone awry while scrubbing a sink full of dishes in an apron. 451 more words

Christianity

Brainstorm

Teaching a writing lesson…

Me: “Ok, so we’re going to start with something called a ‘brainstorm.’ Have you heard that word before?”
Kid: “Yes! A brainstorm is when you have like a storm in your brain. 39 more words

Kids/Teaching