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Category Archives: friendship
When my kids were little, I often felt like I was all alone in my distressed moments. Even though I had a community of other moms and great friends around me, I’d hold back. Share just enough, but keep my … Continue reading
One of the things I cherish most about the Bible is how it sets itself apart from our natural view of right living, of morality and wisdom and love. Even though I know better, I still love a good Hollywood … Continue reading
Do you struggle to love your kids, your spouse, your family & friends deeply? Are you hesitant to let others in to know you better and be closer to you? Boy, can I relate. But there’s hope for us.
As I went to tuck in my girls at bedtime one evening when they were younger, I found two pairs of my clothes on the floor–clothes that they had sorted through and put on after having promised to return them … Continue reading
Sometimes I can get in a rut when praying for my family and friends. Beyond their specific and requested needs, it encourages me to know that the Bible gives me the best words to pray of all. Besides Jesus’ prayer … Continue reading
When my almost-teenage daughter was in 3rd grade, God inspired me with an idea for helping my daughter and some of her classmates to learn about friendship. We learned a great deal together at the time. Well, here I am … Continue reading
It’s Word-Filled Wednesday at the Internet Cafe! Head on over to worship with Scripture and graphic art today. I’m posting this one because I’m thankful to God for giving me close and unified bonds with other sisters in Christ. It’s … Continue reading
Some verses in the Bible are just that way. You’ve read them, heard them, prayed over them 1,000 times, but it’s the 1,001st time that the message ends up soaking in. And of course, magic has nothing to do with … Continue reading