Adored Book Review

If you’re a parent of a teenage daughter, then this is the Christmas gift you want under your tree this season. Beautifully written by Lindsay Franklin, Adored: 365 Devotions for Young Women, affirms the truths of Scripture that your daughter is a precious daughter of...

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Cherish The Seasons

This past week I had the pleasure of being a "temporary mom" of two. First, I must take my hat off to every mom out there. Anyone who does what I had to do ALL THE TIME deserves way more than an “attaboy”. I just never realized how much one small human being can take...

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An Extension of Him on Father’s Day

“And I will be a Father to you and you shall be my sons and daughters, says the Lord Almighty.” – 2 Corinthians 6:18 We are in the midst of a season where we celebrate all the significant men in our lives. Whether this Father’s Day brings smiles and laughter or tears...

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My Hero, My Dad

MY STORY: As far back as I can remember I longed for my father’s approval and affection. He was my hero, my Dad. In middle school, I would initiate conversation just to tell him about my day only to be met with little or no response. He never seemed to have or make...

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Who’s Your Daddy?

Join Julia Mateer as she discusses the topic of "Who's Your Daddy?" on this Father's Day vlog. This is a beautiful video on what Father's Day means to Julia. It's such a beautiful perspective and one that we hope will speak to your heart. Listen as she shares her...

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Faith Like a Child

Please join us today as Julia shares a life story about the importance of faith and believing the father cares for us personally. We should all have faith like a child. Generation Eve Conversations That Matter Photo Credit: Skitter...

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Stop Trying to Solve Problems on Your Own

I remember telling my friend, “What am I going to do? I want to stay at home with my children but we need more income for this to happen. I’ll figure it out and solve this problem.” I figured it out alright…in my own strength…and wasted a lot of money and time. Here’s...

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Be That Parent

3 ways to encourage your kids to blaze their own trail: Let them be weird: I can remember  some pretty weird ways all three of my kids liked to dress.  Kayla, my oldest, found her artistic path by using her face as her canvas.  She began very young putting on make-up,...

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