6 things to do when you’re losing a wayward child #parenting

They may be your literal flesh and blood, but that doesn’t mean your children will embrace your values or your rules. Finding yourself challenged with a wayward child can be heart-wrenching, and often makes you second-guess not only yourself but your parenting strategies as well. If you want to get your child back, it’s importantContinue reading “6 things to do when you’re losing a wayward child #parenting”

Start building your trust #SundayDevotion

Start building your trust in God day by day! Form New Habits Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new. 2 Corinthians 5:17 God’s Word teaches us that when we receive Christ as our Savior and Lord, He gives usContinue reading “Start building your trust #SundayDevotion”

Unfinished Business

Unfinished Business Therefore confess your sins to each other and pray for each other so that you may be healed. The prayer of a righteous person is powerful and effective. It was a nostalgic time when we drove away the last time from our home of 24 years. We left behind a lot of memoriesContinue reading “Unfinished Business”

Protecting Your #Child from • Soul Poison •  #Parenting 

Protecting Your Child from “Soul Poison” There are some decent, even values-oriented things on television for children these days. But, as you know very well, there’s a lot of garbage, too. And in between those two extremes, there are shows that are mostly good but have some words scattered in them that little ears shouldn’tContinue reading “Protecting Your #Child from • Soul Poison •  #Parenting “

The things I learned in life – #MomBlogger

The things I learned in life I learned that no matter how much I care, some people just do not care. I learned that no matter how good a person is, that person will hurt me from time to time, but I need to forgive her for this. I learned that talking can ease myContinue reading “The things I learned in life – #MomBlogger”

Who was ? Ana ” The Prophet   ” ? 

  Anna, the daughter of Penuel, was eighty-four years of age and long widowed. Apparently she was a member of the resident staff at the temple in Jerusalem, devoting herself to continual service in the temple. The text does not indicate why she was called a “prophet.” Her unnamed husband might have been a prophet,Continue reading “Who was ? Ana ” The Prophet   ” ? “