Month: March 2018

A message of forgiveness and redemption

Many people are currently discussing the movie, I Can Only Imagine, based on the life of Bart Millard, which was the inspiration for the song by Mercy Me. I would put forth that, while this is a story of an abusive husband/father, the true story is the message of forgiveness and redemption. Jim and I…
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Be ever vigilant

Have you ever had one of those dreams when you feel like you are IN the dream (like it’s really happening), yet at the same time you feel as if you are a bystander watching it happen? Dreams that seem real can cause you to sit up wide awake, reminding us to be ever vigilant…
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Behaving Badly

I have been working, quite a bit, with children who can behave badly at the drop of a hat. Perhaps, at first glance, one might think they were in need of discipline, or perhaps they tend to be spoiled brats having tantrums. Yes, I’ll admit… for some, the first impression might be accurate, but upon…
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Let’s Celebrate Reading!

March 2nd is Dr. Seuss’s birthday. It is also celebrated as Read Across America Day in many of our schools. I must admit, “One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish” was one of the first books our boys learned to read. It was a fun rhyming book, and not too difficult (after it had…
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