Children are an awe-inspiring gift from God! Day 3 was all about the kiddos. I’ve chosen a couple of special posts from our amazing participants to feature.
Through the good times & bad, true and enduring love remains. Below are a few of the posts tagged #unhingedchallenge on Day 2.
It’s that time; time for Christmas carols, hot cocoa, Christmas plays, and wrapping gifts! It’s also time to cuddle up with your loved ones under a cozy blanket and watch a good Christmas movie. Here’s my list of what not to miss this Christmas Season.
This theme could’ve have been interpreted many different ways; a meme, a quote, a picture of the Bible, a picture of a treasured Scripture, or something that illustrates a Biblical theme.
I love Instagram photo challenges! They were one of the trends that first drew me to Instagram. Even though this trend has slowed down somewhat, I think it’s a great concept that should be revived! Grab the image below and post to participate!
As God’s work of the sixth day continues, the establishment of His second biblical covenant, the Edenic Covenant, will be revealed.
Appalachia is not the only desirable area of the United States, but, in many ways, it’s the American Promised Land. Here’s a few ways to tell when you’ve made it there.
So, now you’re saved!…Now what? Will the cravings for your drug of choice just stop? Will Satan, your new mortal enemy, just decide not to use the powerful tool of your addiction against you? Sadly,this will probably not be the case. Even though your chains have been broken, there’s a difference between deliverance and complete freedom. In some cases, every trace of addiction is gone. In many cases, however, we have to be refined in the fire…The very first thing you need to do is define your vision.
Most only children get labeled with unfair stereotypes. I’m not on the floor kicking and screaming when I don’t get my way. I can function in social settings. I can be very loving. That being said, adult life is full of reality checks and all about adaptation for the only child. Don’t get me wrong. I wouldn’t change a thing about my childhood or upbringing. I was happy, disciplined, loved, and adored. It’s just that, at age 36, I still feel a little traumatized every day or so.