Monthly Archives: July 2016

What a Friend We Have in Jesus

“But who will be my friend?” This was the question I constantly asked my mom and myself as a child. I was always concerned with having a friend close by to help me conquer whatever situation I was walking into. Going … Continue reading

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Sincerely, Your Little One’s Teacher

It’s getting closer and closer. The back-to-school ads have started appearing. The school supply lists have exploded in the front of Walmart. The backpacks have gone on sale. Your friends are squeezing in one last quick trip to the beach … Continue reading

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About That Difficult Child…

They kick. They hit. They talk back. They yell at you. They stomp their feet, cross their arms, and refuse to budge. They destroy school property. They are not nice to the kids around them. They are difficult. I’m not … Continue reading

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Finding Our Way Home (part 2)

Pssstt!…..You may want to read Part 1 before reading Part 2! After living in The House for only 7┬ámonths, Chris and I learned to find contentment and joy no matter where the Lord moved us. He was our home. He … Continue reading

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