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Dec 13

Christian Charities for Christmastime with Link Up

As Christmas is drawing near I wanted to share some of my favorite Christian charities with you. Christmastime is a wonderful time to seek the Lord’s direction as to whom He would have us to bless at this special time of the year. Each year our family adds one more charity to our list of …

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Jul 08

Submission: A Requirement for Godliness

What does it mean to be godly? It’s something we know we’ll never truly attain, it is what we reach for throughout our life long race. In K. P. Yohannan‘s book, “Touching Godliness“, he reveals that in order to begin to touch godliness we must learn of and learn to submit. He states that “submission …

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Jul 04

A Mission Minded Heart

This Help Meet Corner series is so close to my heart!! So here’s a peek into where my heart is directed right now and looking forward into the future. Recently I shared how I planned to have my children more involved in missions this year.┬áThe plans haven’t changed, but I’m already planning more for next …

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May 29

Ministry May Finale with Link Up

This month I took some time to share ministries that God has led me to, where I find myself and my family serving. It has been such a blessing to my heart watching my children learn to reach out beyond what they can see, yet knowing that God will do amazing things with their gifts. …

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May 22

Ministry May with Wisdom Wednesday Link Up

Christmas 2012, I spoke with my children about learning to give part of our Christmas’ away. We discussed the abundance of things we have, and that there is very little that we actually need. I cut back the gifts I purchased for them to 2 items each. 1 thing they needed and 1 thing they …

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