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NEWSBOYS-GOD'S NOT DEAD (LIKE A LION)
My sister lost her friend yesterday, a young wife and Mom to two. She wrote this and I thought it was so beautiful:
What is it Like?
(A poem for my friend Joanna Paidipamula)
This "CRAZY FAITH" video from John Waller was shot near Lake Mead outside of Las Vegas! This song is featured in the new movie WAR ROOM that releases on the 28th! It's a movie about the power of prayer. (Made by the people who did Fireproof & Courageous)
So I have an 8th grader....and I don't know how you felt about Middle School, but me? It was your classic awkward season of life. I sat down with my daughter yesterday and we read through this article together. Honestly, she rolled her eyes at the suggestion of going through it together, and silently nodded through it, but she gave me a big hug last night and said "thanks for the talk today Mom." There is some good stuff in here!
I have a new Pinterest board! If you want to follow along or share some mom tips or recipe ideas with me, I LOVE that!
Mac Powell is the vocalist in Third Day with the deep voice! He talkes about how Third Day has been together for 21 years with the same members! He talks about how they work through conflict and how those same ideas apply to all of us in relationships with people we work with!
Be Intentional with Your Kids. God is not only a God of intent, He has the power to make whatever He intends become reality. We are also intentional beings. That is one of the great gifts God has given us when He made us in his image. But unlike God, we do not have the power to always make our intention become perfect reality. Sometimes we don’t even manage to make our intention reality at all, and sometimes we get a reality that we didn’t intend. As it pertains to our kids, we can be intentional about investing into their walk with God. While you may have already done that today, you can share your intentions and show others how they can invest into their kids spiritually when you visit my Facebook page.
Individual Shepherds Pie:
By Chef Phillip Dell of SinCityChefs.com
Do you stand at the refrigerator and ask the kids day after day, "what would you like for lunch?" Here is a handy printable. I'm going to tape it right on the fridge!