Archive for the 'Family' Category

Our Decision to Homeschool

Ever since I posted on Facebook that my husband and I had made a decision to remove our daughter from public school and begin homeschooling her, I have received overwhelming support and, of course, questions as to why. I hope …

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Answers for Women 2014: Women of the Word

It’s been exciting over the last few months to see registrations for this year’s Answers for Women conference pour in. I praise God for the over 300 women (and that number continues to grow!) that will be coming to the …

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“What a Parent of a Child with Disabilities Can Really Handle”

This was the title of a blog post by my good friend and colleague at Answers in Genesis, Stacia. I’ve shared her insightful blog posts several times in the past on my blog. Stacia’s son Kieran has Williams Syndrome. …

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Can Kids Be Good Without God?

A new website devoted to kids and sponsored by the American Humanist Association (AHA) says “Yes” to this blog post’s title. The homepage of the site states,

Welcome to Kids Without God, a site for the millions of young people

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Grandpa’s Godly Legacy

I mentioned in Tuesday’s blog that my dad was sorting through some old things that had belonged to his parents. During the sorting, he came across a letter that his father had sent to him while he served in the …

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Proclaiming the Faith in Branson

Last week, I had the opportunity to speak five times to the audiences at AiG’s Branson conference. I spoke four times to the women (in two identical women’s tracks) with the focus being human life. Specifically, I addressed the issues …

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Mother’s Day: Tragedy, Triumphs, and Legacies—Part 2

Today I will continue my story concerning Mother’s Day and my personal tragedies, triumphs, and legacies (if you missed Part 1, see here). My husband Chris and I had been married for five years when we decided to have …

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Mother’s Day: Tragedy, Triumphs, and Legacies—Part 1

This was the title of a presentation I gave at a church near Cincinnati this past Mother’s Day. While Mother’s Day is a joyous occasion for many, it is sad for many others. I shared with the congregation a major …

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Will Our Children Find Us Faithful?

On my car radio the other day, I heard Steve Green’s song, “Find Us Faithful.” It’s an oldie but a goodie in my opinion! Let me share with you one of the verses and the chorus:


After all our

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The “R Word” and the Image of God

My colleague and friend Stacia McKeever, a speaker at our upcoming Answers for Women conference, wrote this blog about the use of the word “retarded” and the importance of teaching and reasoning from the Word of God that all people …

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