Monthly Archives: April 2014

We don’t have a bullying problem; we have a sin problem.

The headline on the “HealthWatch” insert in my local newspaper on Sunday read, “Studies show being bullied impacts adults years later.” I had one of those “DUH” moments when I read that. Do you ever have those? You see something … Continue reading

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Let The Mother Go Out to Play!

You might’ve seen this picture on my Facebook page this week: In case you’re not familiar with Charlotte Mason, she was a British educator in the 1800s who was a bit of a revolutionary in her ideas and methods. Here’s … Continue reading

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Do You Know How to Knock?

Have you seen the movie Frozen? Of course you have. Everyone in the country has seen Frozen, I’m sure. Well, we finally rented it from Redbox a couple of weeks ago, because we’re cheap—I mean frugal—that way. And we watched … Continue reading

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Beth Moore says, “Keep Your Breasts to Yourself!”

Keep Your Breasts to Yourself! I just had to share this audio clip from Beth Moore’s Esther study, related to my recent post, Modesty is Beautiful. Take a listen. It’s powerful truth!

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Steady Plodding Brings Prosperity

Proverbs 21:5 in The Living Bible says, “Steady plodding brings prosperity; hasty speculation brings poverty.” The NIV puts it like this, “The plans of the diligent lead to profit as surely as haste leads to poverty.” In my first job out … Continue reading

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Should Christians Be Involved in Politics?

When I was a teenager, I developed a strong interest in politics and a desire to make a difference in the social (moral) issues of the day, particularly abortion. I wore pro-life t-shirts, spoke against abortion in my church youth group (much … Continue reading

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Thank you, Kirsten Dunst.

I was pleasantly surprised this week to hear that Spider-Man co-star, Kirsten Dunst, spoke out in support of traditional (AKA: biblical) gender roles. A recent interview with Harper’s Bazaar said, “Dunst is surprisingly outspoken on the subject of gender: ‘I feel … Continue reading

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