Missions Trip time

missions trip - reaching the world

Our church is very blessed to have a wonderful godly man as our youth pastor. He has always offered the opportunity for missions trips for the youth. Jerusalem and all Judea and the remotest part of the world. The past several years he has offered up to 2 weeks of ministering in Honduras, where construction . . . →Read More:

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A book is coming!

women helping women link-up

I have spent the last 10 months writing a new book. And this week-end I finished the first draft. It’s a very exciting feeling to have it all written. But the work doesn’t end there. I am going through with my own re-reading and editing for a second draft. Then I send it off to . . . →Read More:

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Hands and Feet of Jesus

Prayer for Honduras

Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age.” Matt 28:19-20 Today my 17 year old son . . . →Read More:

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When Generations Come Together

Generations Together

Today I am pleased and honored to share this excellent post by my sweet friend Caroline Nixon from Anchored in His Grace. Her post is so near and dear to my heart and I know it will be an encouragement and challenge to all women, no matter what phase of life you are in! So . . . →Read More:

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Introducing Anchored in His Grace!

My sweet community of friend's posts

My passion is for discipleship. This blog came about from my heart for older women teaching younger women. I love to see women working together, laughing together, growing together, sharing together, and sometimes crying together. I love to see women encouraging and strengthening one another in their walks of faith with the Lord. Let’s face . . . →Read More:

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I'm sharing at More To Be... Saying NO

more to be

Let your NO be NO: for when you feel pressured Someone asks you to help out in a ministry, but you just don’t have the time. You say that you can’t do it. But the other person begins to apply pressure. They ask why you can’t… They try to tell you why your reason isn’t . . . →Read More:

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Can YOU sponsor a family for Christmas?

Today I’ve asked my youth pastor to share his heart with you all. I’m opening this up in the hopes that others might be interested in sponsoring a family in Honduras for Christmas. I would love for you to share this post on your Facebook walls and on Twitter to spread the word. Here is . . . →Read More:

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The high calling of motherhood

Over the years I have talked with many many women, some mothers, some not. In all those conversations I have had quite a few where the women feel guilty for wanting to stay home and raise their children. They feel pressure from people around them and from the world to be productive with their lives, . . . →Read More:

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Building a heart of thankfulness in our children

Oh how I dislike watching movies or TV shows that have children in them. Boy, that’s sort of a blanket statement and I’m sorry, but it’s true. The families are mostly irritating, disrespectful, narcissistic and rude. The children tend to be belligerent and ungrateful, always demanding more and being satisfied with less. I seldom see . . . →Read More:

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