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"Do you not know that those who run in a race all run, but only one receives the prize?
Run in such a way that you may win." » I Corinthians 9:24
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We must impart a heart for purity in our daughters and sons. It begins when they are very young, but it is never too late to start.

FW_Moms Who Hurt

God understands our mother’s heart because He created it in the image of His own. He knows where we are at all times, protects us, watches over us, blesses us when we obey, and sings songs over us to pour out His affection and dreams for our future.

Stone Rolled Away

Do you find yourself in a tomb with a stone rolled into place blocking your path to freedom? You, unlike Jesus, do not have the power to push the stone away. Nevertheless, you do have resurrection power at your disposal. Do you need a stone rolled away?

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With so many marriages ending in divorce, is it possible to have a happy, healthy, God-honoring marriage nowadays? Yes! Find out how to honor marriage God’s way this Valentine’s Day!

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With the FAFSA deadline quickly approaching, here is everything you need to know about the FAFSA and how do it!

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Traditions and habits should be carefully chosen and executed with purpose in light of the Word of God. These things shape our children’s hearts and behavior more than we like to think they do.

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In our culture, we like to divide people up by age, grade, and season of life. In Sunday school, we have the pre-schoolers, fifth graders, young marrieds, singles, older adults, and almost-Heaven-bound seniors. Is that biblical? Nowhere in Scripture do I see people segregated like that with the exception of pulling out the men of fighting age to go to battle. Instead, God places us in families and compares the church to a family.

Julianna's Stetson Graduation

College years are so exciting with friendships, opportunities to meet new people from all over the world, and the thrill of learning and growing. But college can be stressful—those exams and papers! The end of the semester is crunch time around here, and sometimes stressful. How can you be successful in college? Here are some tips that work for our family!

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