I’ve had about a dozen things I’ve wanted to blog about lately… But then I signed into my blog site. It’s extremely outdated. Everything needs updating. I came home spent from a day of sporadic meetings and taxi mom … Continue reading
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The same amazing grace that saved us stoops down to us in the everyday, teaching us how to live as we eagerly wait for Him to appear and take us Home.
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My daughter struggles with Math. I see so much of myself in her as we work from one problem to the next during homework time. It’s not so much that she doesn’t grasp the concept as it is forgetting it … Continue reading
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After years of being given over to a guilt complex, LauraLee shares the lyrics and the Truth that helped set her free…Got Guilt?
LauraLee shares about her years of “trying not to sin” and how she found freedom from the guilt of failing over and over.
“Fear not, for I have redeemed you; I have called you by name; you are Mine.” Isaiah 43:1b One night, while talking to another mom at a sporting event, our tongues got a little loose while we chatted—especially mine. Free-flying … Continue reading