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10 Ways to Obey God that Will Bring You More Joy!

      10 Ways to Obey God that Will Bring you More Joy   1. Pray: Praying out loud or on paper is a game changer. I could never personally keep up with a traditional prayer “journal”, so now I just journal my own way with bright pretty sharpies and blank white paper. I do it on my own time and I can still go back and read old prayer request etc, but it is way more fun and lively for me. I think about the person or situation I’m praying about and write out bullet points or character…

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Be a Better Mom Monday: Cultivating Loving Sibling Relationships

With the holidays just over and the new year upon us I’ve been reflecting on how traditions are holding up in my generation. Adult siblings fascinate me and as I pray for the future relationships of my own children I’m looking for ways to cultivate long lasting relationships between them. Sibling relationships are so important to me. The tips on the previous sibling relationships post is a good read too!! I try to: Build family unity: We are all on the same team. Well, it’s my husband and I against the children some days, but you know what I mean. We talk…

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Anxiety and Depression—5 Theories for Solution to this Modern Day Epidemic

So often these days, I see casual posts on social media or hear casual comments about such a serious issue. A dear sister in the Lord, who has experience with overcoming both anxiety and depression, in a biblical way, is sharing her  wisdom and research with us today. Anxiety and Depression—5 theories for Solution to this Modern Day Epidemic Written by Theresa Hemsath As a rather emotional person from birth and now a working mother of three children, I have struggled with anxiety and sometimes, bouts of depression for most of my life. But as I meet more mothers, both…

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Be A Better Mom Monday | Sibling Relationships

In Bible Study Fellowship this year we are studying the book of Genesis.  As a parent I see the stories so differently.  As I pray for my children to be best friends, loving and kind to one another I find myself bewildered at Jacob and Esau and Joseph and his brothers. I’m an only child from my parents with two siblings 10 years younger than me who grew up in a different home, so maybe the sibling dynamic is lost on me. We were given a wonderful handout recently (from BSF) and I was so overwhelmed with its contents I…

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