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I’m A Single Mom – Please Withhold Judgement

By | April 15, 2014

  Image by walknboston By Beth, Contributing Writer Hi, I’m Beth. And I’m a single mom – please withhold judgment. If you’d asked me a year ago if those words would ever leave my lips I would have answered with a resounding no. I think it’s fair to say that most single moms never expected Read More

Resources to Inspire Your Prayer Life

By | February 17, 2014

image credit Guest post by Jessica P For the busy mom, it often seems like some of the things we need the most (exercise, time with friends, or a little “me” time) are sometimes the hardest to come by. We know it would be good for us. We know it may even help us do Read More

6 Practical Tips to Love Your Wife

By | February 14, 2014

Editor’s Note: Today’s post is from a previous contributor Beverly Stauffer and was written by my husband, Rodney. To read more from Beverly, check out www.alivenliving.com. Last year, my wife wrote a post: 6 Ways To Love Your Husband This Valentine’s Day, which listed six ways to show respect to your husband. Just as wives need Read More

A Family Valentine: 6 Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day Together

By | February 12, 2014

By Virginia George, Contributing Writer I remember the days of decorating Valentine shoeboxes, of filling out Valentine cards and choosing your favorite designs for your best friends. When you walk into any store from mid-January on, you’re bombarded with pink and red. Hearts, candies, and plush toys fill the aisles and end caps.  When I began Read More

Finding Time for Quiet Time with God

By | February 6, 2014

By Julia Mangan, Contributing Writer We are all so, so busy these days. Running from this to that, making sure all of our families needs are met, volunteering time for worthy endeavors, etc, etc, etc. It gets to be so overwhelming. And where does God fit into our busy lifestyle? I have found, like with Read More

Being Truly Comfortable With the Skin You’re In

By | January 21, 2014

It’s everywhere you turn. Especially in the month of January. Everywhere you look, you’re bombarded with advice for dieting, exercise, losing weight. All these lofty (and often positive goals) are most always accompanied by images of a 5’8″ 125 lb. twenty-something year old with her skin tight workout gear, flawless complexion, and flowing head of Read More

Dear Woman of God…

By | January 16, 2014

By Sarah Nichols, Contributing Writer Dear Woman of God, I would just like to take a minute, today, to remind you of who you are in God’s eyes. You are a daughter of the King.  Yet to all who did receive him, to those who believed in his name, he gave the right to become children of Read More

The Gratitude Jar

By | December 30, 2013

By Laura @ The Spinach Spot, Contributing Writer  This time of year many people are making New Year’s resolutions, focusing on all the ways they can improve their lives.  While this can be a great thing I think it’s important, especially as a parent, to balance this with all the things that are right in Read More

Love the Ones You’re With: Cherishing Each Member of Your Family as an Individual

By | December 18, 2013

By Anjanette Barr, Contributing Writer Most of us have a longing to be known intimately. We want someone in our life – a best friend, a spouse – who knows everything there is to know about us. Someone who knows us so well that there’s no need to explain our motives, our struggles, our dreams to Read More

5 Tips for Grieving During the Holidays

By | December 17, 2013

I lost my dad right before Halloween this year.  So it’s been almost months and the aching pain in my heart is still there.  Tears still come.  I still have days when I think “I need to call Dad!” and then remember he’s not here any longer.  My solace is in knowing that he had Read More

Approaching the Holidays With Prayer

By | December 11, 2013

I love the holiday season. I love the togetherness, the excuse to slow down, and parties where I get to eat great food (that I didn’t have to cook all myself) and visit with people I don’t get to see every day. Unfortunately, the holiday season can easily become stressful and the focus can be Read More

Finding Our Way to Christlike Giving

By | December 9, 2013

Despite my efforts, my children are spoiled in many ways. While I am a firm believer in the inability to spoil an infant by nursing them on demand and holding them when they cry, I DO believe that even innocent ways of giving here and there to my children can result in spoiled, greedy children. Read More

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