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Review: 30 Days to Understanding the Bible by Max Anders

Max Anders' classic 30 Days to Understanding the Bible is a well-organized and informative general survey of the Protestant Bible. The author wrote it for those wanting to study scripture who have no or very little previous knowledge about the Bible. I... Continue Reading →

Review: Ellie Claire Devotional Journals

I was surprised to receive three more beautiful journals from Ellie Claire to review. Somehow, I managed to sign up for these when I thought I was confirming the previous review post dates. I'll consider it a happy accident though... Continue Reading →

Elections, Happiness and Guardian Spirits

Our new family schedule is difficult. I'm just not adjusting and keep running out of time. I'll blame some of that on the time change too. It is O-dark-thirty way too soon! Daylight savings is a torture birthed out of... Continue Reading →

And so the Weeks Pass

Last weekend we traveled to Western Kentucky to visit my husband's family. Our trip happened to coincide with the annual pig roast. Sparkles found a cousin with the same taste in books and the boys played with sticks and a... Continue Reading →

Sleeper Awake

The insidiousness of isolation is that it does not happen suddenly. It comes on slowly; creeps like a fog in the night and envelopes you in an impenetrable blindness without your notice. At least, that is my experience. Choosing the... Continue Reading →

May 2018

I kept intending to post on my days off from ClickList. My days off have been busy lately or days filled with sickness. My IBS has not been easy to manage the past month. Some of it is stress related... Continue Reading →

The Late Christmas Visit

Last weekend we went to see family since we missed Christmas with them. We all met at Majestic's for lunch and then hung out together at a relative's home. The kid's opened Christmas gifts and played with their cousins. I... Continue Reading →

Embrace

Last year I did not "choose a word." The last time I chose a word (the word was Brave and that year kicked my butt!) it ended up being a spiritually/emotionally hard year for me. So I avoided the practice... Continue Reading →

Christmas Reflections

This wasn't the Christmas I imagined for my family. This past week I worked nearly full time hours and three of the little ones fell ill with bronchitis and the stomach flu. We didn't decorate cookies, make candies or visit... Continue Reading →

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