Dear parent of a child who has special needs: Maybe your child "isn't like the rest of the other children." Maybe your child has autism, Down's syndrome, wears glasses, is missing a limb, has a sensory disorder, eczema, allergies, or any other issue that doesn't fit the cookie cutter picture of "normal." If so, I … Continue reading Dear parent of a child who has special needs: 10 Points to Remember
In the past 8 months we have seen small glimmers of hope in Jonathan's skin. By this I mean that only a handful of times he has cleared for a day- only to break out again the next day. The last time he cleared I thought we were done with the sickness. I thought We … Continue reading Anchored Hope
Reduce. Reuse. Recycle. I’m pretty sure we’ve all heard this growing up. It’s the surefire way to save the planet, or at least make it better. What about saving ourselves? Well, I came up with my own set of “re” word that will at least help us stay on track with God. REFOCUS: Hebrews … Continue reading Reduce. Reuse. Recycle.
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John 15:13 "Greater love has no one than this, that he lay down his life for his friends." For the days after my appendectomy that I was in the hospital, my big brother stuck by my side while my husband was caring for our infant. He was there to just sit and keep me company, to … Continue reading Big Brother
Matthew 5:16 Let your light shine before men, that they may see your good deeds and praise your Father in Heaven. My two oldest kids recently got a balloon with a light inside of it as part of their Easter basket. Immediately upon blowing up the balloon our oldest got real excited and screamed “let’s … Continue reading Let Your Light Shine