The past few weeks have been especially hard and emotional particularly in the county that I live in. The community support has been amazing though, as many are raising funds for Lance Corporal Jared Schmitz' family even as we grieve. On August 26, our country lost 13 of our military men and one woman, who... Continue Reading →
Let’s Look At Proverbs 25 Today In A Month Of Wisdom
We are almost done reading through Proverbs now. I think that we have learned a lot through this study! Hezekiah's men, king of Judah helped Solomon compile the Proverbs in this chapter. Let's look at Proverbs 25 now. There are many practical life lessons in all of these verses that we can learn from. Verses... Continue Reading →
Calm in the Chaos – Choose A Silent Night!
I Need a Silent Night - Amy Grant "Keep going" seemed to be the theme of our family's life for many years. We didn't stop! This year for Christmas and as we begin 2021, we choose a silent night! He says, “Be still, and know that I am God;Psalm 46:10 Life Theme In the Past... Continue Reading →
Who We Should Thank and Why- Understand the Sacrifice!
It is important to understand who we should thank and why we should be thankful. We have a specific day in November each year set aside for Thanksgiving. It is a fun day to get together with family and friends to eat. Sometimes we get ourselves worked up over all the details we put into... Continue Reading →
Attitude of Gratitude
Enemy by The Newsboys Grateful for Protection Yesterday, we remembered the 18th anniversary of 9/11. We mourn all those lost on this day. but we can be grateful when we think of those who rescued those hurt in this horrid event. There are also many people to thank for fighting for our freedom. This is... Continue Reading →
The Elite and Entitled
It is easy, when you are young, to believe that what you desire is no less than what you deserve, to assume that if you want something badly enough, it is your God- given right to have it.” - Jon Krakauer This quote brings to mind what is popular in the news this week, the... Continue Reading →