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by Natasha
I debated whether to use the words “flame out” or “burn out” in the title of this post. I went with flame out after looking up the definition: Flame-Out: “A complete and conspicuous failure.” That eloquently describes me as a Christian parent one day recently. Burn out implies ...
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by Natasha
Last week, my husband Bryan and I celebrated our 14th anniversary! An older lady we know congratulated us on our day, noting that “one of the biggest challenges of marriage is that, as you get older, each person changes and then you end up feeling like you’re no longer married ...
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One mother tackles theology with her kids. ...
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by Natasha
A couple of weeks ago, I went to the local Christian bookstore to pick out some new books for the kids. We have a lot of children’s Bibles, but I wanted to find some good kids’ fiction that emphasizes the role of faith in everyday life. The first book I ...
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by Natasha
I am bad at worshiping God. I wish I could be plunked down into a church sermon each Sunday and escape everything before and after it. I’m good at listening and learning, but I stink at worshipping. Let me describe a sample Sunday morning so you can understand what I ...
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by Natasha
A few weeks ago in our family worship time, we were studying the story of Jesus feeding the 5,000 (Matthew 14). After we finished the story, I asked what I thought was a pretty straight forward question: “So, how did Jesus feed 5,000 people with just a few loaves of ...
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by Natasha
I was in the car with my kids recently when I flipped the radio to an 80s station. The totally awesome 1981 song, “Words,” by Missing Persons was playing. If you aren’t familiar with it, the chorus says over and over: Do you hear me? Do you care? While I ...
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by Natasha
I really, really, really don’t like to exercise. I’ve always been pretty lucky in that I haven’t had to worry about weight and could eat what I wanted without facing exercise as a necessity. The scale and I have been having conversations this year, however, and I’m ...
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What do your children actually think about Jesus' miracles? These three basic facts will help them understand what makes an act miraculous. ...
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Are we inadvertently fueling our kids' denial of the faith by hiding the difficult moments in our spiritual journeys? ...