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We went carolling twice this Christmas. Our ladies at church put together several goody baskets to deliver to our shut-ins. And we sang songs for them when we delivered the baskets. That was the first time in a long time that my children have been carolling. I knew the girls would enjoy it. Abbey said […]Read More What I most enjoyed this Christmas
This is a little piece written by James Russell Miller, a presbyterian pastor who lived from 1840-1912. After reading it, I was both convicted and encouraged, spurred on to sacrifice more and endeavor to be less selfish in my mothering and in my growing friendships with other women. It’s kind of long, but very much […]Read More How to make sure of a happy old age
I have not had a great morning. Today is one of those days when I would rather put my kids on a bus and not have to deal with arguments or math or PE. Rather than give in, I fight it. I have to fight that urge to be selfish, to do whatever I want […]Read More Psalm 16
by Elyse Fitzpatrick and Laura Hendrickson, M.D. Or shop Westminster Bookstore I wish that I could say that the terms and descriptions in this book are foreign to me. Depression, dementia, and bipolar disorder, however, have affected my family members and friends. On at least two occasions, no one knew there was a problem until […]Read More Book Review: Will Medicine Stop the Pain?