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Teach me to Pray

Our family is in a transition phase of life. For the last three years, we’ve put our lives on hold to go back to school. On May 8th, my husband graduates, and this adventure will come to an end. 342 more words

What the Cross Means to Me--Katie McKamey

Above are my daughter’s beautiful thoughts about the cross.  She wrote it as part of an assignment for the Christian school she attends around Easter last year.   44 more words

Jesus

Voices from the Children

What is the most appropriate way to respond to the horrors of ISIS?  How do we respond to hate?  How do we respond to death, to destruction, to robbing whole village and families of everything? 328 more words

One Dollar and Eleven Cents

Every once in a while, I come across a story that renews my faith in miracles. The following true story is an example of how miracles just “don’t happen” but come from a higher being. 684 more words

Life

Hide and Go Seek

Recently, I started babysitting a couple days a week for families in the DFW area. I have begun to relive childhood, to a certain degree. Constantly, I relearn games I once played, participate in conversations about life from the perspective of a seven year old, and laugh at silly jokes. 310 more words

Bible Study

Morning by Morning...

The day started with a pre-dawn, wet-hair, icy windshield scramble because the dogs decided to take a joy run…

…and it ended with a post-sunset barn check after one of the minis decided to swallow the pointy shard of a popsicle stick. 113 more words

Faith

Being Little Children

It becomes increasingly difficult to remember what it was like to just be a kid. Running around in the woods behind our house, picking blackberry’s along trails, or making mud-pies in our dirt driveway. 552 more words