A letter from a child of divorce
Jan09

A letter from a child of divorce

The effect divorce has on children is far reaching and the letter he reads is powerful and heartbreaking. The statistics are staggering: over 63% of children live in a single parent home. Each year over 1 million children will see their parents get divorced, which is three times the number just 50 years ago.

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Power of a Praying Wife
Jan01

Power of a Praying Wife

  By Stormie Omartian Every woman who desires a closer relationship with her husband will appreciate this look at the power of praying in marriage. As I read this book, I found that there were many areas in my husband’s life that I never considered praying about. Do I pray for his integrity, his priorities, his choices, his “wife”, or so many other things that make him who he is? When you read this book, you...

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Teaching Children To Pray
Dec20

Teaching Children To Pray

A historical sign of revival is children hungering after prayer. While Jesus was walking among us, children were drawn to Him. He blessed and prayed for them. In the Azusa Street revival, there was tremendous spiritual activity among the children. They were intercessors, they saw visions, and many of them were healed. Again today there is a real stir and hunger among children. They want to touch Jesus. We must not be guilty of over...

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Things My Parents Taught Me

“The Fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge: but fools despise wisdom and instruction.” Proverbs 1:7 Teens often think they cannot have a close relationship with their parents. This is not so, but to have such a relationship requires effort and commitment on the part of both parent and child. We give validity to the things we’ve been taught by what we’ve learned in the process. Here are some things my parents taught me… REACH...

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Password Protect Your Children?
Sep04

Password Protect Your Children?

Passwords are meant to allow access only to individuals who are privileged enough to know them. We have passwords to protect our bank accounts, computers, email and other important information. So, why not give the same level of protection to those who matter most to us… our children. I know what you must be thinking… “a child isn’t computerized… how can I protect them with a password?” You can...

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