Category Archives: Contentment

But I Was Content, Yesterday!

With the thoughts regarding finances and provision that have been rolling around in my head lately, regarding finances and provision, this statement by Mrs. Parunak was a beautiful thing to read: There’s a strange thing about contentment. You can lose … Continue reading

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Through the Desert

The one day the path turned a corner, and to her amazement and consternation she saw a great plain spread out beneath them.  As far as the eye could see there seemed to be nothing but desert, and endless expanse … Continue reading

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Sunday Linkage

Starving in a World of Free Samples – Why Sheltering Isn’t Enough “If we expect our children to be able to win the battle against sexual immorality, we need to prepare them for it. They need to know their enemy, … Continue reading

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Playing Unto God

I read an article the other day about an experiment done in Washington, D.C. involving one of the worlds best musicians. Those conducting the experiment wanted to know what would happen if one of the greatest violinists in the world … Continue reading

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The "Me Time" Myth

I found a beautiful article at homeschoolblogger.com that really touched me.  In it, she exposes the myth that women *need* time away from their children and husbands in order to “refuel” ourselves. She points out how this kind of mentality only leaves us … Continue reading

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