Day 1: 5 Tips to Help Married Couples Navigate Through Miscarriage

31 Days to a Better Marriage

As I was praying about how to open this year’s 31 Days to a Better Marriage series, the Lord was very clear: share how you and your husband worked through your miscarriages. While this topic is one that I have only recently begun to open up about publicly, it still remains one of the most raw and painful… 

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Breaking Down Our Curriculum Silos

homeschooling

There are a dizzying variety of homeschool curriculum choices out there.  In fact, a recent internet search for “homeschool curriculum” returned over 4.6 million results.  Buy used homeschool curriculum.  Homeschool curriculum swap.  Your one-stop homeschool curriculum shop. Even deciding where to buy your homeschool curriculum can be overwhelming, much less which curriculum to buy.  Charlotte… 

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Combating Weariness As We Serve

Combatting Weariness As We Serve www.ManagingYourBlessings.com #serving #prayer #rest

Are any of you tired? The new school year has just begun, but I know many have already grown weary of the constant shuttling back and forth of children to school and activities, dinner preparations, and community obligations. You may wonder, “What is left for my family?” I’ve been feeling it myself. Well, God has… 

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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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