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Here are some hope-filled articles to encourage you:

Saturday Morning Review – April 11, 2015

A sweet friend of mine told me that she “counts” on my daily posts to social media.  I typically put up at least one verse or positive quote at the start of each…

A Song for Sunday – “It is Well With My Soul”

This beautiful photo was taken by photographer Andrew Guyton.  Each Sunday morning, I add a song to my website to help you (and me) to get going and to get…

Before And After: House To Home (Guest Post by Kim Jones)

(Today’s post is by one of my wonderful new blogging friends who happens to live in the great state of Texas. She is clever and creative and writes a wonderful…

A Song for Sunday – “I Will Arise and Go to Jesus”

There are some wonderful old hymns that have been remade and remastered in more recent days. One such hymn is the song I’ve chosen for today. It’s been called:  …

The Saturday Review – July 12-18

It’s the Saturday Review – the day when we enjoy the best posts from Facebook, Instagram and the blog from this past week. All of these articles, verses, and images…

A Song for Sunday – “God is Watching Over You”

There are some songs that just have amazing words. Today’s song is one of these! This song makes me think of verses like: ‘Fear not, for I am with you; Be not…

A Song for Sunday – “I Still Trust You”

Are there some songs that deeply move you? Maybe it’s the words? Maybe the tune? Possibly the artist’s voice? Whatever the case, there are some songs that impact us in…

Does it sometimes feel like God doesn't really care about you? Here are words from the Bible and quotes to affirm and encourage you that God is interested in you and in the concerns of your heart. Why not stop by for an infusion of hope?

Does God REALLY Care About You?

  It was an innocent question really. She was struggling with some issues in her life and she wanted to know. She asked, “How do I know that God really does…

Parenting is a challenge! And, often along the journey, well-meaning parents lose the hearts of their children. It usually happens somewhere between the time they get their braces and their high school graduation. However, it doesn't have to happen. Discover how you can navigate well into and through the teen years in this practical article on parenting!

Navigating into and through the Teen Years

We are in the middle of a short mini-series called, “Navigating Well through the Transitions of Adulthood.” Many of you have mentioned challenges you are facing right now. I won’t…