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Life Is Not a Race

Posted on May 3, 2013 in

by Margaret Daley I read what Rick Warren said about having margins in your life. I have thought about it a lot since then and realize how important that is. Having boundaries in your life means having breathing room, taking time …

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Keeping Secrets from Your Spouse

Posted on April 25, 2013 in

Isaac had a secret. He deliberately planned to disobey God. When Rebekah discovered it, she could no longer trust her husband. Instead of waiting for God to work out His plan, this husband and wife selfishly deceived each other. T…

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Positively Crucified

Posted on April 23, 2013 in

by Sheridan Voysey ‘Remember that thing Charlotte used to say when she didn’t get her way?’ Merryn and I sit in church after the morning service. Her comment refers to a time when our niece, then two years-old, wanted to pla…

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All About the Heart

Posted on April 19, 2013 in

by Angela Breidenbach My debut novel, A Healing Heart, is about heart health. The significance of writing about a character battling workaholism was part of the Lord’s orchestration to reach deep into my heart and prepare me for…

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Opposites Attract

Posted on April 18, 2013 in

On the day when Zebedee and Salome were married, the priest could have said, “Salome, will you take Zebedee to be your husband? I now pronounce you Mr. and Mrs. Thunderbolt.” Can you imagine the possibilities for excitement an…

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Crafting a Legacy

Posted on April 17, 2013 in

by Angela Breidenbach Women have passed down cultural arts through generations. It’s how femininity and relationships between women have forged communities, countries, and legacies. In A Healing Heart, Mara Keegan learned beadin…

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Answering Your Kid’s Questions About . . . the Birds and Bees

Posted on April 16, 2013 in

In “10 Questions Your Kids Will Ask About Sex” (Harvest House), we share that your kids really DO want you to talk to them about life and love and the birds and the bees. There are a few tips that will help those conversations…

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Answering Your Kid’s Questions About . . . the Birds and Bees

Posted on April 15, 2013 in

Your child may ask, “Where do babies come from?” And  your tween or teen have numerous questions like, “How do I handle the opposite sex?” Or your college student will wonder, “Is this the one?” We just released a new…

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