Who’s Your Favorite?

  Who’s Your Favorite? Who’s your favorite? As a parent of five children and grandparent to four children, that is a question I have answered with “they are all my favorites”. I try to not get into picking favorites. I want my children, grandchildren and daughters-in-law to know that I love each of them. We […]

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Stepping Through the Mines

Stepping Through the Mines Being a mother-in-law sometimes can be like walking through a minefield. We are trying to navigate around hidden pieces planted below the surface without getting blown up or blowing up the family relationship. Sadly, the mines below can’t be seen with your eyes. Your senses will tell you something is there […]

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Having a Heart Like God’s

    Having a Heart Like God’s Have you ever prayed and ask God to help you have a heart like His toward someone? When relationships get difficult, we tend to only focus on the hurtful things. They are not coming again or what they say or don’t say. When another thing happens and we […]

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Chicken Ring Recipe

    This is one of my families favorite chicken recipes. This makes two for our large family. This is adapted from Pampered Chef. Ingredients 3 large boneless chicken breasts 4  PILLSBURY CRESCENT ROLLS 1 cup mozzarella, shredded 1/2 cup red bell pepper, diced 1 tbsp parsley, fresh, chopped 1 tbsp Italian seasoning 1/2 tsp lemon peel […]

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Biblical Lessons from Ruth for Daughters-in-law Part 3

36. God renewed Naomi through the kinsman redeemer. “The women said to Naomi: “Praise be to the LORD, who this day has not left you without a kinsman-redeemer. May he become famous throughout Israel!” These women were praising God. They knew some of what Naomi had gone through. They could not wait to give God […]

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Missing Puzzle Pieces

Do you like to do puzzles? I do not. It could be that I even have difficulty with the children’s puzzles. When a piece of the puzzle is lost, we search and search for the missing piece. Why, because when we find the missing piece we know the puzzle will be complete. At points in […]

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