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The Difficult Path To Reconciliation

It seems I hear it daily–someone is at odds with a loved one.  Strife between a husband and wife leads to a strained silence.  Misunderstandings between parents and children of all ages, create hurt feelings and walls of separation.   Siblings no longer want to speak to one another because of ...

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When Life Get’s Hard, Don’t Quit–Pedal!

One of my epic failures in motherhood has been to successfully teach my youngest to ride her bike. I guess I should clarify. The concept has been grasped, it is the execution she finds daunting. She gets the whole idea of pedaling; it is just controlling the bike that is an issue. ...

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Making Moments Matter: Investing Time With Your Kids Part 1

What are children desiring these days besides a piece of technology? Time. Quality time spent with their parents. Like a doctor on call 24/7 we are reachable by our family, friends, and neighbors anytime, anywhere. Although there are many positives to having a revolving door of connection, there are also ...

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Are We Spending Tomorrow’s Money Today?

“Not that I speak in respect of want: for I have learned, in whatsoever state I am, therewith to be content. I know both how to be abased, and I know how to abound: every where and in all things I am instructed both to be full and to be ...

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