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Parenting Teenagers: Focus on the Outcome

I am so tired. When I say tired, it is not the tiredness that comes from no sleep due to an infant or sick child in my home. No, this tired comes from mental exhaustion of raising kids – especially … Continue reading

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The Consequence of Choices

How in the world can we teach our kids that their choices don’t just affect them, but others as well? This week I took Megan and TJ to the dentist. Megan finished up quite quickly, yet TJ seemed to be … Continue reading

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Is God Leading Your Life Choices?

The thunder, lightning and sirens were abounding last night at my house. In the wee hours of the night, I awoke to pouring down rain, loud claps of thunder and sirens racing past my home. Katie came in to our … Continue reading

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Life Interrupted

After suffering through 2 miscarriages in a year, I had to wonder, “What have I done God to make you so angry?” I thought Pete and I were following God’s will, so why would He take away 2 children whom … Continue reading

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Lenten Reflection Day 9

Today is about choices. Yesterday I blogged about free will. We are all given free will by God. The choices that we make with that free will sometimes can be a little frightening. Yesterday, I really tried to realize how … Continue reading

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Lenten Reflection Day 8

Just what exactly is “free will?” According to Webster’s Dictionary, free will is the freedom of humans to make choices that are not determined by prior causes or by divine intervention. God gave us free will to enrich our faith. … Continue reading

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