Keep Your Heart Happy. 5 Timely Tips to Prevent A Heart Attack.

Keep Your Heart Happy. 5 Timely Tips to Prevent A Heart Attack.

As we start a new series this month called #MyHeart, I thought about all the special things in my life that make me happy and are closest to my heart. After all, it is the month of love. February brings a new happiness to my life, especially this year, because I am waiting for our new granddaughter, due on Valentine’s Day, to enter the world. I have my hopes set on a little redhead.

I also thought about how my heart beats to (more…)

Do I Really Need Daily and Annual Goals?

Do I Really Need Daily and Annual Goals?

Do you have goals? At the end of every year we start hearing about writing down our goals and how we should be planning for the next year. Why is it so important to do this?

Did you know that the Bible even talks about goals? I didn’t really ever think about it until I started to write about it. So what does it say? It’s important as a believer to base our actions on (more…)

Why Do We Have Family Traditions?

Why Do We Have Family Traditions?

Isn’t it fun to think back on your life and try to remember snapshots of your past?

Many times the older we get we can’t recall all the details of a memory, but we can reminisce on the little tidbits we do remember.

One of my favorite memories is when my daddy carried me to Church. I don’t recall exactly how old I was but it was so special because just he and I (more…)

God Gave Me Joy Through My Children Even in the Hard Times. He will for You Too!

God Gave Me Joy Through My Children Even in the Hard Times. He will for You Too!

What do we want most of all for our children? Do we want them to be successful and prosper? Do we want them to be happy?

Sure, we want all of these things for our children and their children. But we also want more than that for them.

I have been raising children for 26 years and I am so super blessed by the adults my kids have become. But I can honestly say it hasn’t always (more…)

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