Remember when your Grandma or Grandpa would tell you the story of the time in their lives when they walked up hill both ways in a snow storm to get to school? Don't tell me you haven't been told that story before, and if you're going to try and tell me you haven't, you're lying.… Continue reading Tips On Protecting Your Kids In Today’s Culture
Each year around Christmas and Easter, I start to really question 'how things are done'. I'm not even sure what I mean when I say that but what I think I mean is, why does the Catholic Church do this, and why don't we? I didn't receive salvation in 2014 at a Catholic Church but… Continue reading Should Protestant’s Follow Lent?
She needed a hero, so she became one. How many times have you read that on your news feed? How many times have you posted something like that or related to self love, self reliance, inner heroism? I can tell you if I look at my past posts, I can call myself out for several.… Continue reading She Needed A Hero…
It was several years ago that I saw a counselor on a regular basis. I remember she had encouraged me to do things on my own. I spent so much time doing things with my mom and sisters growing up, that I really didn't know myself. I didn't have my own interests because my interests… Continue reading Crazy Small Tables Are A Good Thing
This past spring I sent, what looked like a dating ad, to my Pastor. I felt like I was getting stuck on my spiritual journey, with what I was doing alone and needed help to get over that hump. He had given me a name of a wonderful person within our congregation and in the… Continue reading Be Willing To Learn Something New
It's been a while since I've listened to country music, but on our way Up North this weekend for a wedding, we spent most of our 6 hours in the car listening to country music. A lot of it was terrible (really really terrible!) but a few songs I liked. A couple Kenny Chesney songs came… Continue reading More Than A Feeling
A few months ago I picked up a book by Dinesh D’Souza titled, What’s So Great About Christianity. I haven’t read through the whole thing yet but I am slowly getting there. Last night while reading one of the chapters called, Miseducating The Young: Saving Children From Their Parents, I ran across the following in… Continue reading Creationism – educating your kids
This is the first day, in what seems like forever, since we've hit above 50 degrees. It might be the middle of April but it feels like the middle of February. Although the weather doesn't say "Spring" these days, one thing that does is all of the excitement surrounding Kindergarten Round-Up within our community and… Continue reading Kindergarten Round-Up