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Snapchat: No Shame and No Disguise

Snapchat: No Shame and No Disguise

“Timothy, guard what has been entrusted to your care. Turn away from godless chatter and the opposing ideas of what is falsely called knowledge.” 1 Timothy 6:20 I am going to keep this very brief because it is my sincere hope that you will read the following article: https://foreverymom.com/family-parenting/snapchat-cosmo-after-dark/ The Dangers of Technology is the most requested presentation we receive…

Who is holding the sword? Part One

Who is holding the sword? Part One

I can remember both of my boys running around in diapers or shorts armed with a plastic sword intent on finding a dragon to slay.  What a funny sight to see such little heroes, with milk mustaches from breakfast, set on such a valiant mission. It can seem much the same as we raise our young people, tweens and teens,…

Wonder

Wonder

The earth is filled with awe at your wonders…I know that we all can relate to magical moments as we observe the wonder of His creation.  The key word there however, is “observe”…when we take the time to observe.  I recently watched a video that I would like to share with you.  After I watched, I began to recall times…

Anticipating Rebellion

Anticipating Rebellion

Have you heard people say things like… “Oh, you thought it was the terrible 2s!” “She just turned 13? You better buckle up.” “You have teenagers? I’ll pray for you.” I think that often times the teen years are looked at as a terrible 6-7 year period that we just pray we come out of with breath left in our…

Hope: Real Life Stories

Hope: Real Life Stories

My friend, Brenda Trafton, has collected stories of hope and restoration in her new book, Hope: Real Life Stories. What a privilege to join these pillars of the faith in sharing what God has done! Here’s a little taste of what you will find in the Hope book from each author…Brenda, Helen Smith, Leanna Craft, Katie Green, Dawn Wells, and…

Better Together

Better Together

Fear and anxiety have no hold on us, our children, or the next generation. We have a good Father who is always with us, calls us to be different and set apart.  Madi and I recently had the privilege of speaking at Camp Zephyr to pre-teen girls and their moms. What a wonderful idea, to set aside a weekend to…

Take Courage. Come.

Take Courage. Come.

“During the fourth watch of the night Jesus went out to them, walking on the lake.  When the disciples saw him walking on the lake, they were terrified.  “It’s a ghost,” they said and cried out in fear.  But Jesus immediately said to them: “Take courage!  It is I.  Don’t be afraid.” “Lord if it is you,” Peter replied, “tell…