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What, Why and How

What, Why and How by Joey and Carla Link January 2014   Your child misbehaves. You don’t know what you should do. Parents should not discipline their children unless they are sure their child not only knows what he did that was wrong, but why it was wrong. This means you need to take time […]

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Sharing the Bathroom

Sharing the Bathroom … by Joey and Carla Link January 2014  Do you have kids that just don’t seem to get along at times? At times they seem to be best friends, but when it comes to sharing a bedroom or a bathroom, they just can’t seem to work out their differences. You can set […]

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Making Jesus the Greatest Gift of All

In the midst of the hustle and bustle of the Christmas season, many parents try to carve out time to make the nativity the focal point of their celebration. This is an especially difficult task in a culture that wants to remove Jesus from the holiday season altogether.   Deuteronomy 6:7-9 says the best way to […]

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TRADITIONS

  Traditions! What do you think of when you hear that word?                                                  The dictionary says it is a “belief or custom handed down from ancestors for posterity.” If you ask someone if their family has any traditions, usually things they do every Christmas will be shared.   We know we have established traditions in our […]

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Grateful Hearts

In today’s culture, thankfulness has gone out the window with other courtesies. “It’s all about me” is truly the mantra of most you meet. “It’s all about God” is supposed to be the mantra of Christians. When was the last time you actually stopped in the middle of the day and thanked God for something? […]

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