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Posts tagged ‘sin’

Open Doors?

blog246pic1_edited-1It’s a new week with a new issue. How far do we open our door? Do we open it all the way? Do we close it for a while? Where are Christians supposed to stand on this issue? Do we trust or fight our government? Do we fight continue reading here

Christmas Forgiveness

post241graphic1If I were to ask you what is your favorite thing about Christmas, some of you would respond: Family. If I were to ask what do you dread most, some of you would say: Family.

This past week, in conversations with friends, continue reading here

Grandparent Do-Overs

blog232pic1Brian and I are getting ready for a very special week: our grandson is coming for a sleepover! Well, let’s face it, he’ll be sleeping, but I don’t know if we will – and all you grandmas out there know what I mean. It is just different the second time around.

What is it with that? We used to be able to keep reading here

Boogers, Cookies or Porn

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I read recently that the average age for a boy’s first exposure to pornography is seven. Seven! My heart fell. My beautiful grandson just turned seven. I had to do some research; is this seven-year-old threshold for real?

With a little digging, I continue here

Feeling Confusion

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Our culture is caught up in a heated debate about bathrooms and gender identity. It appears that the gender one is born with is not necessarily the gender one must identify with. Therefore, some suggest that anyone should be allowed to use any bathroom, dressing room, or locker room that is marked with the gender with which one identifies, even if it is not their birth gender.

If someone identifies with a gender other than the one born with, does that person’s feelings  continue here

Removing Rocks

One of the great benefits of having a house in the hill country of Texas is that our foundations are tied into solid bedrock. One of the downfalls of living in a new development in the hill country of Texas is living across the street from a lot that is being developed.

It takes hours of jack hammering to clear out a lot and prepare it for use. While my grandsons love the heavy construction equipment, and I send them regular video and photo updates, there are times when I’m ready to scream at the construction guys, “couldn’t you have keep reading here

“Audience of One”

post182picWhat do you think Steve Harvey is most thankful for find more here

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