Lost and Found

Lost and Found

Happy New Year everyone!!!

I have been thinking much about 2015 and the goals and dreams that I had planned, what went well, what didn’t go so great and looking ahead to the start of a BRAND NEW YEAR!! God is so good to give us every breath we breathe, right!

While thinking back and looking ahead, I also remembered something that happened in my childhood. (more…)

Squeaky in the Box

Squeaky in the Box

On video today we have the first children’s story I have ever written. I wanted to share this video story of Squeaky with you before Christmas or at least on Christmas Day, but I have been sick. So I am sharing it today. I hope you and your children enjoy it.

I have dedicated this story to my sweet two little granddaughters, Evie and Savannah! I love them to pieces.

Our team hopes that you and your family had a wonderfully blessed Christmas! 

Squeaky in The Box      
by Brenda McGraw

Squeaky, the little white mouse, had a big red smile on his face as he anticipated Christmas. He was hiding in a small, red velvet stocking, peeking (more…)

The Gift of the Magi – A Reflection of the Great Christmas Sacrifice for All Mankind

The Gift of the Magi – A Reflection of the Great Christmas Sacrifice for All Mankind

I’m excited to share an old, old story that I first heard when I was a little girl. It has stayed with me ever since I heard it.

The Gift of the Magi” by O. Henry was first published in a New York Newspaper back in 1905, but the message of this tale is a timeless classic. The plot centers around the Christmas gift exchange of Jim and Della Young.

Times were tight for the pair as Jim’s pay had been reduced. And Della was literally scraping together pennies to buy her sweet Jim a gift.

Della didn’t have enough money to give Jim a gift that would honor him and express her love for him. So a sacrifice was in order. The only asset Della had was her (more…)

What Christmas Is All About

What Christmas Is All About

When you hear the words “Merry Christmas,” what comes to your mind? Maybe you think of family traditions or the gifts you will soon give and receive. “Merry Christmas” may even conjure up memories of Christmas past and all the things you used to do as a child. Think about it for a moment and then listen to what my children have to say on what Christmas really is all about.

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