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What Your Worry Says about Your Confidence in God

I love the way God speaks to me when I’m running. Totally out of the blue He will give me a nudge or a clear message. Not every day, but today was one of those days. Let me share what I learned. Last week I memorized Jeremiah 17:7-8 (NET Bible): […]

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Simple Ways to be an Intentional Parent

  On my morning run I pass a house where often the dad, kids and their eleven-year-old yellow Labrador (I stopped to ask his age!) play on the driveway while they wait for the bus. Last year the kids rode their scooters around the driveway. Today the little girl was […]

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Why Your Daughter Needs You to be Comfortable in Your Own Skin

After years of wearing my hair short, I am growing it out. At times I don’t recognize the woman in the mirror or pictures. Recently while looking at family pictures with one of the girls, I made a negative comment about how my hair looked. My daughter scolded me (in […]

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Build a Bridge to Your Child Today

The dedication in my book, Love No Matter What. I recently talked with a mom who was upset about her daughter leaving home and not talking to her for over a year. Her heart was understandably broken. I listened as the mom shared her emotions and how she viewed her […]

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How One Question is Changing My Life

  A few weeks ago after I started using the 5 Prompts, I came across the above video of a social experiment college kids did in New York City. They placed a large chalkboard on a sidewalk and wrote “Write Your Biggest Regret:” at the top. As people walked by […]

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Raising Confident Kids

Before you read this blog, watch this precious one-minute video by Legos. Legos Commercial   When I first saw this commercial I thought, Is this what our culture has come to where parents need to be told their kids need time to play without their help! A parent’s need to […]

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Tough Love for Moms

Hey, ya’ll, I know I can be hard on you sometimes. I often tell you to put on your big girl panties and deal with whatever your kids are up to. I tell you to be the adult in the situation and keep moving forward. But I also feel your […]

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