Get Ready for Change

Blank To Do List with Pencil on Wooden Table

The Lord’s prompting came one day while I was vacuuming my house. “Get things in order for the new season to come.” Suddenly, my “to do” list took on a greater meaning and a sense of urgency. This was not the first time God had let me know of change on the way. He graciously […]

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Giving Thanks for the Treasure of a Teacher

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I recently attended a retirement celebration in honor of one of my favorite teachers from middle school. What this man taught me in a Czech language class affected my path in life in ways I never imagined. Along this journey, I have come to understand who I am and what God created me to do. […]

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Remembering the Fight for Freedom

Memorial Day 2014

Observing special days can remind us of what has happened in the past, as well as guide our efforts now and in the future. On Memorial Day, we remember the men and women who have died while serving in our country’s armed forces. Reflecting on how they bravely fought for freedom can motivate us to […]

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Mothering by Mentoring

Elementary Pupil Reading With Teacher In Classroom

We can all appreciate the maternal affection seen early in little girls who love to dress and cuddle their dolls. Many of these girls long to have a baby of their own someday. Once grown, they can fortunately still satisfy the urge to care for someone special—even if motherhood doesn’t come as expected. Women are […]

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How to Lead Through Your Communications

Lead by example

Whether you are the head of your household, the manager of a department, a mother of children, or the pastor of a church, you have been entrusted with the privilege and responsibility of leading. Leading doesn’t just mean you have a title and tell others what to do and they listen to you. Leading entails […]

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