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Blog Entry | Family >
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»
Blog Entry | Worship >
My Dear Friends, I am held in the grip of a strong conviction. A powerful conviction. A conviction that I believe can and will completely change the direction of my life and my heart. The conviction that, when it comes to the Body of Christ, I’ve been doing it all wrong. I’ve been doing it all wrong. And my thinking has been all backwards. And that’s not a small thing, friends. It’s a very, very big thing. And it really matters. Because i»
Blog Entry | Spiritual Growth >
 Each week my husband and I have a date night. We work hard to set an entire evening (starting around 6:30 p.m.) to spending uninterrupted time with one another. This is a tradition and will remain a tradition, as I have seen it to be an essential to keeping our marriage happy and healthy. I was reminded of this fact after having a yes–slightly tipsy–conversation with one of my husband’s close friends.  He was telling me the importance»
Blog Entry | Writing >
Shopping for presents, baking Christmas goodies, celebrating Christmas Litfuse-style—it may be the most wonderful time of the year, but it’s also one of the busiest. We’ve invited Crystal Paine of Money Saving Mom to give us a few tip to simplify our Christmas plans. ____________________________ December can be a busy, frantic season full of last-minute shopping, parties, baking, gift-wrapping, recitals, and get-togethers. While these thing»
Blog Entry | Technology >
We are definitely at that time of year where expensive high-tech gadgets and the coolest technology brands define the Christmas gift-giving experience. Whether you do your shopping online or in a brick and mortar store, technology is right at the forefront when it comes to the gift of choice for many consumers at Christmas time. You hear it, you see its cool features and the functional attractiveness it offers to your daily life and you just can»
Blog Entry | Spiritual Growth >
*this post is from my new Huffington Post Blogsite.  To Connect on the Post CLICK HERE Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.Winston Churchill   I spend a lot of time coaching and mentoring Teenagers and University Students. Ten years ago, they thought of me “cool” enough to invite to hangout, but my role is quickly transitioning.  With more grey hair appearing, and numbers growing after each»
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
Ephesians 2:10 -New Living Translation- 10 For we are God’s masterpiece. He has created us anew in Christ Jesus, so we can do the good things he planned for us long ago. **Today’s Blog comes with a “Disclaimer”.  Forgive me but I may not sound like “Mister Nice Guy” today, God is speaking today.** I was about to go to bed for the night and God spoke to my heart and I had to come and write.  After a long while of speaking with peo»
Blog Entry | Worship >
A comment from a friend today about my thirteen year old self sent me to thinking about who I was back then. I wondered, what would I say to my thirteen year old self if I had the opportunity now? You know how people do that? Write letters to themselves? Well, I had no idea what I would say. But the thinking became a song – singing aloud this question to God: What would You say to my thirteen year old self? What was it that You wanted me to kno»
Blog Entry | Spiritual Growth >
“Understanding the difference between healthy striving and perfectionism is critical to laying down the shield and picking up your life. Research shows that perfectionism hampers success. In fact, it’s often the path to depression, anxiety, addiction, and life paralysis.” ~Brene Brown   Do you struggle with perfectionism? Always striving to show your best face to the world? Last week I shared 8 lessons learned from screwing up. Seems like»
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
A story is told of a man who was asked back to his forty-year high school reunion.  For months he saved to take his wife back to the place and the people he’d left four decades before. The closer the time came for the reunion, the more excited he became, thinking of all the wonderful stories he would hear about the changes and the accomplishments these old friends would tell him. The night before he left he pulled out his old yearbooks, read t»