Relationships Matter Mostby RobertLincoln Hancock
C.S Lewis, a world class novelist said, "God whispers to us in our pleasures, speaks in our conscience, but shouts to us in our pain..." Family disintegration, absenteeism and the digital pseudo substitute fillers are taking an incalculable and generational toll on the health and well-being of this generation and those to follow.
THE LONG JOURNEY HOMEby Rachel Jamerson
A young girl forced to grow up too soon, sets out on a journey that would take her where she didn't want to go. Along the way she finds God and learns that life is full of uncertainties, but He will never leave nor forsake you.
Dealing With Family Pressure As a Wife and a Motherby Ngozi Nwoke
Family pressure is what we all experience at one time or another but our response or reaction determines what follows next. If we respond well, we defeat the plan of the enemy but if we react to it then we will have to exercise more energy to get things back to original lovely state. This article tells us how to deal with family pressure.
From Riches to Relianceby Abby Kelly
ncome to budget, when budgeting no longer makes sense? When you don't have the extra 5% to put into an emergency fund, or 10% into savings, or when you don't have enough to purchase the bonus-size box of diapers even though it really is a better deal?
Scarsby Ramona Cook
A family is not a father, mother and children, if love is not the engine that propels, and home is no haven if there is abuse therein, it then is more like hell.
Abused people do not like to tell about it, it is shameful. However, I think that we should shout it and out it.
Are we faithful?by Grace Tom-Lawyer
faithfulness is essential in our everyday relationships and if we are children of a faithful God, then we must emulate him by showing faithfulness in our relationships.
Amandaby louis gander
(based on a true story of a young girl's efforts to help her parents during foreclosure)
She tried to write her letters large
enough so all could see -
in hopes that many drivers there
could see her humble plea.
From the Button Boxby Richard L. Provencher
Colin loves his grandad and wishes he would play with him or tell another story. It would help fill up time until the fireworks tonight, it being July 1st. Then Colin learns a neat little game, with some history to it.