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From My Heart to Yours – Enjoying the Process

by Becky Shultz It all began 23+ years ago when we found out we were expecting a baby girl. Laura Elizabeth Shultz slowly made her entrance into this world, but quickly stole our hearts! I remember being stopped while out for a walk or moving through a grocery store. Enjoy this time! It FLIES by,

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Back to School Ideas Round Up

As the new school year kicks off, this is the perfect time to do a little family tune-up by breaking bad habits and starting good habits. Here’s our round up of the best practical ways to improve your family life! 1. Put Jesus First • Start the habit of daily time with God. This is for you

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From My Heart to Yours – We ARE Ready

by Becky Shultz I sat down to write a blog yesterday. Here’s how it went: Lord, please give me the words you want me to share. *cricket* *cricket* *cricket* So writing a blog turned into 30 minutes of praying and thinking and crying. I thought about this past year and all the Lord had in

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When Tragedy Strikes

By Vicky O. It is 1:00 a.m. on July 20, 2000, and I am alternating between sitting and laying on my bathroom floor crying out to the Lord, “Why?” I am so weak that I cannot get up; I can only cry and pray. But “Why?” and “Why us?” seems to be all I can

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The Pinterest Trap

Last night, I fell victim to the Pinterest Trap. Let me set the scene for you: I get married in two weeks, and I am right in the throes of wedding planning. It was late, and I had been working furiously for hours. At the moment, I was scouring Pinterest, looking for the perfect, DIY,

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aunt tense


by Ruth Baer We buried my Aunt Tense a few weeks ago. She was 94, lived a long life and died peacefully in her sleep. Her son, Larry, led the funeral service. All of us gathered together to say our last goodbyes – we came from near and far. There were the Colorado families, the

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