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Words can be used to edify. Or they can be used as tools of destruction.
As a servant mother, I embrace a dying of self, a clinging to the life that only He can give.
The red-flag danger alerts were physical. I whispered a prayer: He’s yours, Lord.
The women in our local group welcomed me with open arms, sharing information, support and prayers...
I chose to view the past with God, asking him for his perspective on my journey as a parent.
We should never underestimate the words that we speak to our children. Praise God! They remember.
When a kid starts getting argumentative or difficult, I pray. It’s always the same prayer...
We kids could do no wrong in my father’s eyes, and in that we found the freedom to fly far and un-tethered from the nest while knowing that a belly flop would look like a back flip to him.
I’ve found that using the word and has a positive effect—not only on my children, but on my prayer life as well.
Editor-in-Chief Colleen Hughes shares the inspiring words that helped ease her worries about raising a teenager.
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