Fun over Time Matters

by September 24, 2013 » Add the first comment.
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Fun Over Time Matters, so you will have a joy that lasts a lifetime. God actually created fun! We find words like rejoice, enjoy, cheer, dance, joy, celebrate and gladness throughout scripture. We can actually glorify God by having fun, in particular by having fun together, as a family. So I ask, when was the […] Read more »

Tribes over Time Matter

by September 19, 2013 » Add the first comment.
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Tribes over Time Matter, so you will always have a place to belong. We are all trying to fit in somewhere because we are designed by God to belong. This desire to be part of a group reminds us that we belong to God and we belong together. Tribes are where we are known, welcomed, […] Read more »

Stories over Time Matter

by September 10, 2013 » Add the first comment.
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Stories over Time Matter, so you can move to understand a world beyond yourself. The Bible, historic literature and families all are filled with narratives that can move us to use our imagination and mind to understand more about our history and our lives. It is important to see that each of us are wired […] Read more »

Words over Time Matter

by September 4, 2013 » Add the first comment.
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Words over Time Matter, so you can have a clearer direction. Words impact our concept of God, ourselves and others. 1. Have you ever had someone say something kind to you and it made your day? Or the opposite, someone said something unkind and it hurt your feelings? Take time as a family to discuss […] Read more »

Love over Time Matters

by August 26, 2013 » Add the first comment.
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LOVE over TIME Matters, so you will understand your eternal worth. LOVE was God’s idea. It’s part of who He is and it’s part of who we are since we were created in His image. We are all created to need LOVE, designed to pursue intimacy, and wired to connect with others. You can’t have […] Read more »

Time over Time Matters

by August 21, 2013 » Add more comments.
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Family Time Matters Devotions This short devotional has been written to guide you in a few family activities and encounters with God’s Word. These activities are not complicated, but simply tools to draw your family closer together and to God. Use them as a starting point to develop a family atmosphere that is filled […] Read more »

Lost your Marbles?

by July 8, 2013 » Add the first comment.
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Have you ever been accused of loosing your marbles? I want you to think about that in a different light. Did you know that from the time your child is born, you have approximately 936 weeks until that child graduates high school and heads off to the work force or college? 936 weeks until […] Read more »

A Look Back and the Final Weeks….

by May 1, 2013
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It seemed like only yesterday I was putting my little blonde haired bow-headed girl on the bus to kindergarten and then following it to see her get off the bus for the first time. Fast-forward about 650 weeks and we are in the final days of our high school career. Graduation is three weeks away. […] Read more »

She Needs Me, She Needs Me Not

by February 18, 2013 » Add the first comment.
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With my daughter’s graduation less than 100 days away (she is counting down the days, not me!), I feel like I am holding on for dear life. Holding on, and trying to let go at the same time…it’s tricky business I tell you! She breezes in and out on a regular basis, going from school […] Read more »

Cookies, Coffee and Prayer

by February 5, 2013 » Add the first comment.
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I think by nature we as mother’s are fixers. Or at least I am. When my kids were younger and got hurt and cried, I gave them a band-aid, held them in my arms and tried to make it all better. Maybe we threw in a cookie for good measure. That’s usually all it took […] Read more »