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How to Create Consistency When Multiple People are Involved in Your Dog Training Process

An important aspect of dog training is consistency. Creating consistency between multiple people can be a challenge.  As result, I thought it would be helpful to share what I have learned to create consistency in households from my own experience and from my experience with my… 964 more words


Weeds of the Flesh Part 3: The joy of obedience


The word is really familiar in my life. My name, Abigail, means “source of joy.” My cousins Alyssa and Emily both have the middle name Joy, as well as Emily’s mother, Debbie. 1,188 more words

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Things that I wish I would have learned before my mission

Well, I was very grateful for the opportunity I had to Skype with my family on Mother’s Day. When I first saw them all on the screen, I had a ton of thoughts blow through my head and I didn’t know what to say. 869 more words

Motherhood Quote of the Week: The Beauty of Repentance

It’s Monday! You all know what that means…It’s time for the Motherhood Quote of the Week! This week, I’m blogging about repentance and “true change.” Click on the link, view the quote of the week, and read my post on repentance. 579 more words

Motherhood Quote Of The Week

The Truth About Unsolicited Advice from One Dog Owner to Another

For peeps who follow me on insta/facebook/etc., you know that I recently acquired a freaking adorable little fluffball of a puppy named Small Bear.  We adopted him from the humane society (rescue pets – yeah!), and brought him home to our tiny 750 square foot hovel to join our 7 year old cocker spaniel Barkley, and our calico Callie (also an adopted fur kid).   1,109 more words



In the course of a twenty-four hour period we make gobs of decisions. Some of these we make with a serious amount of forethought and prayer. 2,074 more words

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L. Whitney Clayton, Saturday Morning Session April 2015

Prophets across the ages have encouraged us and even implored us to believe in Christ. Their exhortations reflect a fundamental fact: God does not force us to believe. 210 more words