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HE KNOWS MY NAME BY FRANCESCA BATTISTELLI
This coming up Monday December 17th more than 1,000 online retailers will offer free shipping and other discounts with delivery promised by Christmas Eve. For all the details check out http://www.freeshippingday.com/
Busy on Nov. 6th? You can vote early! The links below will guide you to your states voting information website. If you don't see your state... just google your state " Oregon + Voting." Most of the time your local government website will be at the top of the search results.
This is a map that lists the early voting dates for all the states.
"If you're trusting Jesus for salvation (to bring you from death to life), why not trust Him for everything else today?" - Louie Giglio
Reading this quote got me thinking... If I trust Jesus with the most important decision in my life, worrying seems ridiculous. Now each time I start to worry, I just need to remember that I trust Jesus with my salvation and whatever I’m worrying about is nothing compared to that.
There are two ways to live: you can live as if nothing is a miracle; you can live as if everything is a miracle. - Albert Einstein
This quote really caused me to step back and think of the miracles in my life. Sometimes I focus on the things I don’t have, instead of what God has already given me. So I decided to make a list of the miracles in my life.
As an Adoptive Parent I'm always looking for ways to better connect with my kids. I came across this blog
"Diary of a Not-So-Angry Asian Adoptee". Christina has a great perspective on what it's like to be a child that's adopted. Here is her list of 10 things adoptive parents should know..
Addison Road is saying goodbye after 10 years together. Here's a statement from Jenny Simmons, lead singer of Addison Road.
A friend shared this article from Daniel Darling this morning and it had me laughing and expending my daily "Amen" allotment. I wish someone would've shared this advice with me before I became a dad, but I guess trial by fire is part of becoming a dad.