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Family Life

Navigating Grief

“Although the world is full of suffering, it is full also of the overcoming of it,” observed Helen Keller. Many people have experienced the deep …

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The Words of a Child

Out of the mouth of babes you may have heard statements like these, “You stupid dummy!” “You dirty dog!” or “Jacob is a crybaby!” Perhaps …

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Diaper Lessons

Forgive me if this comes off a bit weird, but having to change dirty diapers all day long has got me thinking. We have an …

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Consider the Lilies

Drumming my fingers on the desk, I flipped through my notes. Junior year of college was officially in session, and the exhaustion had completely set …

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Setting Priorities

When I was almost 40, and had been been married for nearly 10 years, with three preschoolers and a teenager, it dawned on me that …

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Deadly Marriage Habits

“It takes wisdom to have a good family [marriage], and it takes understanding to make it strong. It takes knowledge to fill a home with …

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Till Death Do Us Part

Marriage is one of the greatest relationships in the world and any wise couple will plan ahead for this major event in their lives by …

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