What does the Fourth of July mean to contemporary Americans? For many it means a day off from work and little more. To others it means an opportunity to "party," roast hot dogs, and watch fireworks. But to the Founders of our nation, it meant far more.
Some amazing insight into the birth of our country that you can share with your family!
After surveying nearly 100 women, I found several common areas in which women, myself included, need the touch of God to be whole and complete. I also found that Scripture addresses these areas of a woman's life so that we can receive His healing touch.
See if you can relate to needing God's touch in these areas of your life, as well...
Single parenting has become a hot-button issue for many churches around the country; but many churches are ill-equipped to respond to the needs of single moms. So how can you make a difference in the life of a single mother?
Motherhood is unlike anything else I have known. It is beautiful, terrifying, empowering, humbling, and transformative. In that one little moment leaving the hospital, I felt love, fear, guilt and joy all at once.
Could I walk back and sit across from myself in that hospital room, here are 6 things I’d want to tell myself as a new mother.
I want faith to be an important part of my life, but some days there seems to be no room for it because everything else is pushing it out of the way. These seven tried-and-true tips revive my faith, no matter how busy I am, and I think they will help you, too.
Once your wedding vows have been said, you and your spouse can start on an even bigger adventure - the miracle of merging your lives together. When the bliss wears off and challenges confront you, you'll need to build the kind of relationship that will stand the test of time.
Summer fun is not reserved for the young, tan, fit mom. It’s for every mom who’s playing in the sand, not thinking about how she looks while doing it. I don’t owe my kids a hot mom, but I do owe them a joyful one, every summer, no matter my size or shape.
With thorough cleaning comes the motivation to go through items and decide what to donate or get rid of. Do you feel like no matter how many things you get rid of there's still clutter? Or do you feel that you can’t get rid of anything because you don’t have enough?
Let's get some perspective on what to save and what to get rid of...and why.