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  1. lessons from my mother-a former escort Mrs R.S by Grace Tom-Lawyer  
    There is much to be gleaned in the lives of some of the mothers in the Bible and this mother's day, we decided to learn some lessons from them.

  2. PARENTAL GROWING PAINS by linzy bruno  
    As a young girl, I thought only of having babies. I played with my baby dolls as though they were real....

  3. Words Can Create Miracles by Richard L. Provencher  
    God and family are precious. Working together, and sharing experiences mean fulfilling God's intention for His family; us.

  4. From the Button Box by Richard L. Provencher  
    Colin loves his grandad and wishes he would play with him or tell another story. It would help fill up time until the fireworks tonight, it being July 1st. Then Colin learns a neat little game, with some history to it.

  5. The Boy in a Cardboard Box by Richard L. Provencher  
    A younger brother misses his sister. Once they were such pals, talking and playing. Now she's gone to university and during his reminiscing, he crawls into a large cardboard box.

  6. Draw Me a Better Life by Richard L. Provencher  
    a home ready for
    laughter, with children
    and chickens

  7. HELP ME by Ramona Cook  
    The devil has no new tricks, only new people to work them on.

  8. Her Old Rocker by louis gander  
    The folks in the yard were all browsing.
    The yard sale was going quite well.
    As people were browsing the items,
    a man came and asked if I'd sell....

  9. Who Pays You? by Ramona Cook  
    The Company for whom I work writes my check.

  10. Because He Lives by Abby Kelly  
    My journal is replete with the question, "What makes life worth living for those who do not know Jesus?"


  11. Cold Eggs Never Killed Anyone by Jennifer Cardinal  
    The power of our words at home

  12. Prayer and the Broken Family by Wayne Childress  
    Death and divorce are taking a heavy toll on families and family values. Only by turning to God and Jesus can the hurt be lifted and replaced by love.

  13. Where are the Fathers? by Ramona Cook  
    Fathers are prepared to teach the family how God deals with them. Our children are hurting, overworked mothers cannot supply all the needs; where are the fathers?

    Occasionally it is the mother who bails and is not present for the children, but by in large the fathers are AWOL.

  14. BELLY BUST by Ramona Cook  
    Children are resourceful, especially when taught to be confident and creative.

  15. Are You God Sufficient by Michaelle Bragassa-Holman  
    Let Go and Let God lead you in times of adversity. All Christians face adversity at some point in their lives, learning to lean on God is essential.

  16. Now That You Found Me by Armando Heredia  
    "I want to grow in grace. I want to grow in truth. I want to know you are watching my every move. Now that You found me, now that You've saved me, begin to teach me, begin to change me." The Swift, Today

    This song was randomly playing on my iPod at the end of a late summer night. I was taking the Gene Snyder exit off of the South I-65 as a woman I barely knew was waving her hand at me. She and her husband had borrowed a truck to drive fifteen hours to Louisville, Kentucky to pick up the most important person in their world.

  17. It Is True by louis gander  
    I sat upon his wooden chair that saw some better years.
    And when I read the words he wrote, I burst out into tears.
    (from a daughter's perspective)

  18. She is My Mother by Alon Calinao Dy Dy  
    This poem is dedicated to all mothers of the world especially to my mother Mila Calinao Dy who is celebrating her 55th birthday today. I love you mom!

  19. Pass It On! by Janice Wappel  
    Are you passing on your faith?

  20. Homemade Birthday Gifts For Mom: 9 Inexpensive Gift Ideas by Lorene Troyer  
    Your mom is having a birthday and you want to make it special. How can you do that if you don't have much money? Check out these ideas.

  21. Secret Admirer by louis gander  
    Damp were the petals, kissed by the dew,
    on bright, vibrant rose held up for my view -
    from soft velvet fingers and unweathered skin
    from one faithful heart full of true love within.

  22. Parents, Teach Your Children by Frank King  
    The main responsibility for spiritually training our children lies with the parents and not with the church. In this article, the writer shares some of the benefits of Bible training in the home.

  23. CHILD TRAINING by James Manning  
    Now get this, biblical child traing consist of a whole lot more than you sending or taking your children to church and Sunday school. In fact as you will see, every awakening moment must become a part of your child's training in the way that he or she should go.

  24. Setting Boundaries With Your Difficult Adult Child Who Has A Mental Illness by Karla Downing  
    Are you wondering how to set boundaries with your difficult adult child who has a mental illness? It is hard to have adult children that make poor choices that cause problems in their lives and in their parents' lives; it is even more difficult to have adult children who have mental illnesses that contribute to those choices. As a result, you may be inclined to "help" too much. Here are four questions to answer that will enable you to figure out what your boundaries should be.

  25. God's By Our Side by Richard L. Provencher  
    too soon that sorrow came
    like a fog on the grass

  26. Birth of a King (story) by Richard L. Provencher  
    The donkey ambled about, restless in his demeanor, sensing something of great consequence was about to happen.

  27. Dad by Dighton Head  
    Learning of my father's passing three states away, I found myself in the solitude of the woods, recalling his instructions for living to my brother and me.

  28. Signs by louis gander  
    (A true story [poem] from the 1960's)

    There spaced along the highway were twelve inexpensive signs.
    Just simple words of black on white next to some rigid pines.
    The signs were spaced just far enough they caught my drifting eye -
    so pondered I, each single word as they went marching by...

  29. HEADSHIP AND ITS RESPONSIBILITY (Let's Talk Family) Part 1 by James Manning  
    We live in a time when almost everyone wants to state their claim as head of the household, but how many people are willing to take the responsibility that comes with the position of being head of the household? Now, when I speak of responsibility I may be talking about something entirely different from what you might thinking of,

    Let me say this up front, in the light of the scripture, it is not the responsibility of the husband to provide for his his wife and his household. Over the years I have seen one too many marriages break up because of this type of teaching,

  30. my birth town by Dina Liles  
    For my grandchildren, my place of birth.

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