A young woman in her twenties recently asked me and several other women of my generation, Is it possible for a woman to have it all? I wish I had asked her to clarify what having it all means to her today. Back in … Continue reading
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Do you ever struggle to understand individual books, chapters or verses of the Bible? Most of us do. The sixty-six books of the Bible were written over roughly 1500 years by many different authors in three ancient languages, and the books … Continue reading
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Do you read books more than once? If so, is there a difference in how you approach a book when you read it for the second time? When I read a book from which I want to learn and retain … Continue reading
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When we were young, my siblings and I felt that a “Kids’ Day” was missing from the holiday calendar. After all, Mother’s Day and Father’s Day were officially recognized, so it made sense to us that children should be celebrated … Continue reading
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Every parent wants to raise happy, well-adjusted and successful children. Toward that end, I regularly consulted books full of child-rearing advice during times of parental angst. I also wondered what the Bible had to say on the subject and was surprised to find precious little explicit parenting … Continue reading