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Blog Entry | Family >
“The cheese stands alone. The cheese stands alone. Heigh-ho, the derry-o the cheese stands alone.” The “cheese” stood in the center of the circle and the tears began to fall. My kindergarteners were playing The Farmer in the Dell. The class had sung the song twice through, allowing multiple children to take part. When the child who was the “mouse” chose Peter, he smiled and joined the group in the center of the circle. But when the ch»
Blog Entry | Men >
I found this video online, and thought that the single guys would enjoy it.  
Blog Entry | Men >
Losing a child is the single most difficult emotional, spiritual, and physical journey of my life.  In the immediate days and week following the stillbirth of Beckham, I felt the extreme emotions of anguish and peace, despair and hope, love and hate, doubt and trust.  The pendulum of emotions feels like being stuck in the []
Blog Entry | Young Adults >
From HugLoo.com I was asked this week to think about what the greatest lessons I’ve learned in singleness were for the sermon series on relationships/singleness/marriage at my church. I’ve compiled some lessons just off the top of my head. I haven’t really had time to edit this, but I thought I’d share this with you all. Out of this list the greatest lessons I’ve learned were the lesson on looking for someone marked by grace and the les»
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
The Changing Face of Missions I want us to consider how globalization is effecting us as missionaries. Fritz Kling wrote a book entitled “The Meeting of the Waters: 7 Global Currents That Will Propel the Future Church” His book will be the backdrop for our discussion. In it he identifies two characters; Missions Marm and Apple Guy. By: Marc Milligan Missions Marm - An older, single woman who loaded her trunk (or perhaps even a coffin packed w»
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
Today’s guest post is from Katy Boatman over at Single, Party of One. Katy is a 20-something lover of Jesus, music, Nashville, Mexican food, and funny people. She works full-time in the publishing industry by day, and is the author of Single, Party of One by night. She’s never met a cheesecake she doesn’t like, and she fully believes chocolate fountains should instead be filled with queso. She’s quiet, but not shy; tall, but not mighty;»
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
I have to admit something. I am very happy to miss the upcoming election season in America. Don’t worry, I voted. But to miss the speculation and doomsday prognosis makes me happy. Each day, hate spews on the airways of Facebook and Twitter. Believers proclaiming doom to America depending which party wins the election. Obviously this venom is directed toward the party or candidate they do not desire to see prevail. I’ve been around enough ele»
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
This week on NoSuperheroes, I am sharing some of the travel tips I have learned in 21 years of traveling to 39 nations. We’ve already covered loyalty to frequent flyer plans, finding the best flight deals, and racking up airline miles. Here are a few more random tips: Avoiding the Middle Seat - The only reason you should ever get a middle seat is if you are bumped to another flight. Here are some suggestions. 1. Choose your seat at the time of»
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
I am a single parentfor three more days! My wife has been away at a missions conference for 12 days now. I am often the one in the family who travels, so this is not a whine fest. I have truly gained an appreciation for single parents over these two weeks. I've been the one who feeds my hungry boys their meals and multiples snacks. I became skilled at packing lunches and organizing school bags. The amount of hours that I have logged in transit th»
Blog Entry | Work >
5 days until Christmas. Are you ready?! Take a moment for yourself and check out our favorites from the past week. Merry Christmas from all of us at 4word! Take Notice TIME-SAVER: Parenting Magazine presents 20 holiday time-savers that anyone could use during this bustling time of the year! BEST COMPANIES: Jacquelyn Smith with Forbes forecasts the 10 best companies to work for in 2014 and why these companies made the list. SOCIAL MEDIA MISTAKES:»