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As much as we desire to have our little ones at the table with us, their frustration level from not having enough to do can become a distraction and hindrance to other children trying to work.  Here are a few ideas for keeping them learning alongside you PROBLEM A noisy, whining, discontented toddler or preschooler is a major distraction and hindrance to an otherwise happy homeschool.  I suspect, however, that most homeschooling moms, philosoph»
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From: Drive Savers As you get ready for your favorite getaways and family vacations this summer, it is likely that your favorite gadget will be on your checklist of things to bring. Not only do devices, like the iPad, bestow a “cool factor” to our everyday lives, it’s convenient, mobile and fun. But, do you know how to protect it while you are on the road? Surprisingly, most people are not aware of how easily our digital devices are damaged»
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What does design and space have to do with faith?
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What Project 7 is all about
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  Today's guest is from my friend Michael Kimball, who just happens to live close to my home town. Michael has a passionate heart for Father God and I know you'll be blessed by reading this today. – Jay With burning hearts But seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be provided for you. Jesus Christ (Matthew 6:33 HCSB) In reflecting on these words, words coming out of the mouth of Jesus making i»
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iStockphoto credit © James Driscoll For those of you who regularly visit Leveraging Life, you have probably noticed a lack of posting since the start of the New Year. Now this wasn’t something I set out to do.  It just evolved as the month of January progressed. Definition of Hiatus: a break in or as if in a material object.   an interruption in time or continuity – a period when something (as a program or activity) is suspended or»
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How many jugglers does it take to change a light bulb?Two: An expert to change the light bulb, and a beginner to ask, "Yeah, but can you change *two* light bulbs?"Everyone juggles, even if poorly.A ball enters one hand, is traded off to another, and is tossed into the air in the hope it’ll be caught again.This isn't a circus act... this is how you spend your time.Every day you toss one thing up in the air hoping to gain something else. Perhaps»
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We don’t like to face reality too often. It’s uncomfortable and unwanted. We like our safe lives hanging out on the surface. So we cope. We hear the self-help “wisdom” of the day which tells us we are beautiful, we are good, and we deserve to be happy. And we listen. We begin to think we’re necessarily good. That we aren’t really that bad of a person, much less a sinner. Mistakers maybe, but not sinners. This i»
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What's your {W}hole story?   Sometimes it’s difficult to share your whole story. This “What’s Your Story” series has been designed to help you see that every story is a work in progress. I love this beautiful passage from Ephesians 2:7-10 in the Message Bible. It says, “Now God has us where he wants us, with all the time in this world and the next to shower grace and kindness upon us in Christ Jesus. Saving»
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The fifth mark of youth ministry that I think is critical to really making a difference is helping students develop a hunger for depth in their relationship with God. I cannot save my students. I cannot transform my students. I cannot sustain life for my students. Since only God can be the breath of life for them, it is critical that students learn to seek deeper relationship with Him. Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, fo»