Perfectionism can be a curse! My precious little grand daughter said, when I asked if there was something she wanted help with was, "not to be so upset when I get something wrong on my paper!" Now mind you, it is summer! We are not even in school and bless her heart this came out!… Continue reading No One is Perfect
by Joni Eareckson Tada "This is what the LORD says: 'Stand at the crossroads and look; ask for the ancient paths, ask where the good way is, and walk in it, and you will find rest for your souls...'" Jeremiah 6:16 When I think of rest, I think of having the freedom to sleep in… Continue reading REAL REST IN THE STORM
I am needing to say this to myself! I am purposed to write and cannot believe how an invisible wall can just stare you in your face!! Praying the wall will be deconstructed brick by brick, and my will and determination will overflow with abundant words? Anyone else facing an invisible wall? So eager to… Continue reading Encouragement
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Often we speak about love as if it is a feeling. But if we wait for a feeling of love before loving, we may never learn to love well. The feeling of love is beautiful and life-giving, but our loving cannot be based in that feeling. To love is to think, speak, and act according… Continue reading Do Love
Myrna Easom posted this recently on her blog. I am eager to share her article as a guest blogger. Gone are the days of “holding children back” as the only solution for poor grades in school. Retention, or repeating a grade demands a great amount of examination of all factors contributing to a child’s failure… Continue reading To Retain, or Not Retain, That is the BIG Question