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Raising Successful Kids

How do you define success? When you look at your kids and you try to imagine their future… what do you see? Last week, in my post It’s a Sin to Bore People with the Bible, I shared a little about teaching the Scriptures to our kids in a fun way, and I also shared a

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April’s Autism Awareness: Alex’s Brutal Honesty

One more today for April’s Autism Awareness. Today Andrea will be sharing with us about Alex’s Brutal Honesty… Autism Awareness Month: Alex’s Brutal Honesty If you know a person with Autism or Asperger’s Syndrome, then you most likely know that they are often very honest, brutally honest. They often are only interested in telling the

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April’s Autism Awareness (Alex’s Obsessions)

We are still in the midst of April’s Autism Awareness. Today Andrea’s shares about Alex’s obsessions… Autism Awareness Month: Alex’s Obsessions If you know a child with Autism, you have probably noticed that they often get fixated on certain items. To kids with autism, these objects are familiar and predictable. They often help them in

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It’s A Sin To Bore People With The Bible

Do your children enjoy Bible study? Do they enjoy the teachings of Scriptures in your home? Do you teach them the Scriptures at home? Does Deuteronomy 6:4-9 terrify you and heap loads of guilt upon your shoulders? Let me assure that it does not have to. The Bible is full of amazing and fun truths.

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April’s Autism Awareness (the marriage)

In today’s Autism Awareness post through the life Alex Kallas, his mother, Andrea, shares with us the effects of autism on a marriage… Day 11 of Autism Awareness Month: How it Affects a Marriage I apologize that I missed a few days. The flu bug decided to take me and Alex down, and I finally

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Romans Study For Kids (Romans 12:1-2)

We begin our final section of the The Romans Study For Kids. We now are in part 5… the Service of Salvation! We have just completed our study on the first eleven chapters of the book of Romans. Today we are beginning our last section of this very important book. Let’s do a quick review

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The Last Adam

 So also it is written, “The first man, Adam, became a living soul.” The last Adam became a life-giving spirit. 1 Corinthians 15:45 Last March my family visited the Creation Museum in Kentucky with our church. This museum is designed to teach the Biblical account of creation through scientific evidence. The building is filled with huge dinosaurs, artifacts, and theaters. They

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Teaching Spiritual Truths To Children

  This past Monday in our Co-op chapel lesson after I taught a little on Proverbs 6:12-15, I had a little boy come up to me after chapel and let me know that he was really listening to what I was teaching and it made him want to hear more. The greatest encouragements I have

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April’s Autism Awareness Day 6 and 7

Continuing with the focus on autism awareness through the story of Alex Kallas… Day 6 & 7 of Autism Awareness Month: I am playing catch up today because we have had a crazy weekend and some sickness at our house. Before Alex got his official Autism diagnosis, I had not only started researching different diet

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April’s Autism Awareness Day 5

We continue Alex’s story… Day 5 of Autism Awareness Month:   When I realized Alex had Autism, I dove into researching everything I could find about it. I was very angry and sad, but I used those emotions to fuel me as I read all of the books I could find and searched on the

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