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Yearly Archives: 2021

Surviving Christmas with Your Kids

By Joey and Carla LinkDecember 15, 2021 We thought this would be a good time to take a look at some of the most-asked questions we get at this time. Think about what you would do in response to the questions before you look for our answers below.  Question 1:  There’s lots to do and events to […]

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Elevate the Good

By Joey and Carla LinkDecember 8, 2021 Have you ever heard the expression “they see the cup half full?” This would be referring to those with the optimistic Sanguine temperament. Those that see the cup half empty are primarily those with the negative Melancholy temperament.  No one wants to hear they would be described as […]

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Teaching Your Kids to Work

By Joey and Carla LinkDecember 1, 2021 The colors of the trees in the fall are beautiful here in the Midwest and are a true reflection of the majesty of God’s artistry. But, as with most things they are also a lot of work. We have many trees in our yard and many trees mean […]

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Grateful Hearts

By Joey and Carla LinkNovember 17, 2021 In today’s culture, thankfulness has gone out the window with other courtesies. “It’s all about me” is the mantra of most you meet. The current fad in our culture is to find yourself and to take care of yourself. While we certainly should take care of ourselves society […]

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Training Your Child in the Way He Should Go

By Joey and Carla LinkNovember 10, 2021 “Train up a child in the way he should go;even when he is old, he will not depart from it.”Proverbs 22:6 Most Christian parents have heard this verse and often wonder what it means. We believe it means using the Bible in training our kids. If it says to be […]

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