Sound Off: What Would You Do?

A great deal of our readers are or have been breastfeeding mothers.  There doesn’t seem to be anything quite like the bond between a mother and her child.  It is amazing the way that nature innately gives us all the necessary framework to know when our children need us.  We want to immediately attend to […]

Wanna Live Until 100+…

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We’ve all wondered with amazement about how so many biblical figures lived well into triple digits.  How could they accomplish this without all of the medical and technological advances that we have today?  Here are a few tips I found to help us along the way. 10 Health Habits That Will Help You Live to […]

National Child Passenger Safety Week 2009

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Motor vehicle crashes are the number one killer of children ages 2-14. “The use of belt-positioning booster seats lowers the risk of injury to children in crashes by 59 percent compared to the use of vehicle seat belts.” The finding comes from a study of children ages 4 through 7 by Partners for Child Passenger […]

Business Spotlight: February 2009

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Okay Sisters, as promised we have chosen the first business for our Monthly Business Spotlight.  I recently had the pleasure of meeting a lovely young woman who has used her God given talent to create an educational board game for children.  Robin Walker has an infectious smile and her face just glows when she begins […]

National Wear Red Day

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Participate in National Wear Red Day on Friday, February 6: Wear Red to Support Women and Heart Disease Awareness Friday, February 6, 2009, is National Wear Red Day—a day when Americans nationwide will take women’s health to heart by wearing red to show their support for women’s heart disease awareness.  Although significant progress has been […]

The After Effects

I was 14years old when I had my first abortion. I was afraid to tell my mom but due to the fact that I had a terrible case of nighttime sickness I couldn’t hide it from her. After she found out about my pregnancy she asked me what I wanted to do. Immediately, I told […]

Saved Alive

We all remember the story in Exodus that gives the details of how Israel and his sons were invited by Pharaoh to settle in the most fertile part of Egypt. God blessed them, giving them more than they needed.   “The Israelites were fruitful and prolific;they multiplied and grew exceedingly strong, so that the land was […]

Don’t Forget to Remember

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As I watch the inauguration of the 44th President of these United States, I sit in awe gazing at the sea of over two million people gathered on the mall for this historic occasion.  I can’t help but contrast it with the exodus of the  millions of people among the children of Israel.  It took […]

Family, Faith and Finance

It’s all over every news outlet today, if the government doesn’t push money back into the economy through us this recession could last for quite some time.  The good news is that the people God need not worry, right?  Is it really that easy?  According to the Word of God it should be but, all […]

God Still Heals

“…But time and chance happen to us all.”  Eccl. 9:11 Life often gives us some low blows.  We are often hit with a sucker punch from now where and when we come to we can’t remember what happened.  It is our human nature to gather ourselves, regain composure and deal with the situation.  However, sometimes […]