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by Ed Wheat and Gloria Okes Perkins God created us with hundreds of thousands of microscopic nerve endings in our skin designed to sense and benefit from a loving touch. A tender touch tells us that we are cared for. It can calm our fears, soothe pain, bring us comfort, or give us the blessed Continue »
by Sabrina Beasley McDonald Marriage is the most intimate relationship two people on earth can have. As Genesis 2:25 describes Adam and Eve, husbands and wives are “naked and not ashamed.” It’s a powerful union, having the ability to bind hearts together like spiritual glue, produce offspring, and even heal the body and soul. In Continue »
Ahhh … February. The month of hearts and roses and love. Would you like to begin some new family traditions this Valentine’s Day? Then the following ideas have been written just for you. 1. Ask the kids to tell you how they think Valentine’s Day began. Write down what they say. Then do some research Continue »
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by Tracy Lane “Can you watch my kid while I have a free afternoon?” Sure, let me just reschedule my work meetings, cancel my grocery shopping, and get a sitter for my kids, but YES, I’ll be there. “There’s a family with a new baby at church. Can you take a meal?” Of course! I Continue »
by Tracy Lane Have you ever spent a summer night belly-up on a backyard blanket studying the stars? Some look as if they’ll plop right into your lap. Some are like pieces of glitter in a faraway place. Others, like the North Star, are bright enough to guide any lost wanderer home. Jesus calls himself Continue »
by Tracy Lane Tired toddler midday meltdown ensued. At the same time, baby diaper blow out covered my shirt, her entire body, and the rocking chair. The rocking chair that I needed to coax my toddler to sleep in—immediately. Well, that is if any of us were going to make it through the next five Continue »