So, should I send my elementary, middle or high school child to camp? What if we don’t attend church regularly? Is it still ok? What if we can’t pay for it? Is my child ready to get away for a week? What happens if he/she gets homesick? Will he/she be safe? Are they really paying attention to my child at a beach?
These are the questions that can make any parent lay awake at night while his child is off, possibly 7-8 hours away, at some camp that they wanted to go to because ALL their friends were going. Is this a good idea?
This probably will not make some middle school parents happy, but it is true. Take it from a middle school…
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When our children were young, every summer my family would make its annual pilgrimage to the…
Sharing this blog from my precious sister Glenna Marshall. She has such a way with words, and I hope she…
This week’s Manic Monday is for all those who are down and out. Into every life alittle rain must fall, but sometimes this gets old when it seems to be a nonstop monsoon season.
Sharing this blog post by my sweet friend/sister Melinda Stewart. She and I first met in college as Zeta sisters…
Wasn’t sure what to call this Manic Monday blog. There’s so little spiritual value to it.
Some days you just need a laugh especially if you are a middle school teacher and it’s May.
Maybe I will call this Manic Monday video teacher gone cra cra.
I refuse to be afraid of something that my God is bigger than. I refuse to be afraid of something that I have power over. My God is bigger and more powerful. I am nothing, but He is everything. I am covered by the blood of a King. I am His.
No weapon formed.
I got friends in high places.
Rejoice always…when we pray, be thankful. Rejoice. There is always something to be thankful for. Our selfishness would say otherwise, but we must remember that none of this is about us.
It’s all about Him.
“I have laughed so much that my face is going to look like the Joker.”