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There’s no need to be discouraged. For the things you encounter are just a test. You may fail, you might think you didn’t give it your all. 40 more words

Caitlin Thomson gives advice on setting realistic goals

Last week I had the pleasure of chatting with Caitlin Thomson.  Here‘s my previous post about Caitlin.  She had such great answers to my interview questions, and one amazing/heartbreaking/eye-opening story that she shared with me.  334 more words

Motherhood

Anything worth doing is worth doing badly

Recently I realized that I “suffer” from perfectionism.  I always knew that I tended towards perfectionism.  I used to think it was a convenient weakness, one that you could use when asked about your weaknesses during employment interviews because it meant that you would work harder to get it done right.   736 more words

Recovery

Note to self...Sept. 28th

Note to self…
Today I will say “no” to discouragement and “yes” to God and His promises. I can endure when I look to Him and let Him be my strength

God's Promises

How To Give When We Feel Empty

Hi Friends,

Come join me at Raising Generations Today where I’m sharing How To Give When We Feel Empty.

When we draw deeply from the reservoir of God’s love for us, we can love our child the way he needs to be loved. . . read more here 

Parenting

Hope Deferred Or, How Do You Handle Disappointments?

Hope deferred makes the heart sick, but a dream fulfilled is a tree of life.  Proverbs 13:12.

Have you ever had times when you were really hoping and believing that something was going to come to pass…and it didn’t?   855 more words

God, Do you hear me?

I read the book “Ghost Boy” this week by Martin Pistorius. I. could. not. put. it. down. I finished it in one sitting. How on earth does a person wrap one’s mind around the idea of being trapped in their own body for twelve years? 556 more words

Christian Living