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  • Death Is Swallowed Up by Redeemed

    I've never lost someone I deeply loved until this year, I'm 29 and growing up with out a Father or stable family has imputed in me pain and loss, yet I'd been shielded, I now see because I've never truly, Loved and Lost as I did this year... My Mema was like a 2nd mother to me she…

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  • A Mother’s Heart Must Sometimes Take a Second Look by Sarah Brooks

    MONDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2012

    A Mother's Heart Must Sometimes Take a Second Look

    Today and tomorrow I have parent/teacher conferences with my boy's teachers. First up is Isaiah our first grader.

    I will go and she will tell me he is reading well and doing just fine in all…

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  • In Need of a Do-Over by Morgan Kellum

    Tuesday came to a close and a chorus of crying and sniffling filled our home.  Over the sounds of moaning and groaning you could hear Norah's voice loud and clear, "Nothing went my way today!"

    I hear you, sister.

    It didn't start out miserable, in fact we had enjoyed playing…

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  • Why do we say by Amanda Joy

    Funny story to lighten your day.....

    Driving my 12 year old son, Kyle to school this morning he was stressing about a poetry test he has to take this morning.  So we decided to pray.  I asked God to help Kyle recall all of the things he's studied about poetry then continued…

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  • The Story Only He Can Write by Hbw®

    As I prepared to make a not-so-fancy grilled cheese sandwich for my husband, John, he walked into the kitchen carrying a book without a title on the cover.   Hmm. Odd, I thought.  "Look what we were doing eighteen years ago today, he said."  And then he started to read aloud.…

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