Resisting the Temptation to Blame

ResistingTemptationtoBlame

Blame is nothing new. From the literal Biblical beginning (Genesis 3:11-13), we learn that a fundamental trait of our sin nature is to place blame for our actions on a person or a circumstance. Then the man said, ‘The woman whom You gave to be with me, she gave me of the tree, and I… 

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Parenting an Only Child: My Journey

Parenting an Only Child: My Journey

Parenting an Only Child: My Journey My son was born 42 days premature and was diagnosed with many complications. Doctors couldn’t even give us a guarantee that he would survive. My husband and I faced the risk of losing him, but by God’s grace, we got him back. The initial months were tough with him falling sick very often. We… 

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An Open Door

When God Opens a Door

I could not believe what I was hearing. I sat, willing myself to not get up and shout for joy while I watched it all unfold. Instead, I sat glued to my seat while God did what only He could. See, I hadn’t expected God to open a door. Honestly, I hadn’t even gone into… 

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Review: ‘Abigail’ Christian Women’s Weekly Planner and Journal by Diadem Planners

Abigail Womens' Christian Daily Planner & Journal

Disclosure: Lyn was given a free copy of the Abigail planner for an honest review. All opinions are her own. Review: Christian Women’s Weekly Planner and Journal by Diadem Planners I like planners, weekly or monthly. I need planners for my blog, my homeschooling, my weekly events at church, and just to stay on top… 

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Momma, Keep On Learning

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My mom got her master’s degree in Bible study at age 62! I want to be like her when I grow up! I’ve watched my mom study the Bible my whole life. I’ve also watched her educate herself for her job. I vividly remember my mom sitting at our dining room table hammering typewriter keys, practicing… 

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Shepherding Teens

Shepherding Teens

When I was pregnant with our third child, my husband asked me in bewilderment, “How will we do bedtime?” At the time it seemed to me a ridiculously silly question. “We’ll just do it,” I thought, exasperated. As parents, we sometimes do what we must to survive. I soon realized that having more than one… 

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