As I have entered into a world recently that many are
unaware of, I have become convinced that I should speak up.Foster children are
the invisible children around us.My
message to you is that more families or couples in our churches need to
nominate themselves to become foster parents.Not because they have time.Not
because they are in the perfect place in their lives.Not because they are waiting for God to
‘tell’ them.I think we need more people
to take radical, preemptive leaps of faith, for the sake of these
children.I think we need to stop more
often take notice of the need and wonder what Jesus thinks of the children in
foster care. Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me and do not
hinder them, for to such belongs the kingdom of heaven.” (Matt 9:13)and we are instructed to pray, “Your
Kingdom come, Your will be done, on Earth as it is Heaven,” I sometimes wonder
if we have the ability to usher the Kingdom into our very homes by caring for
the most vulnerable among us--…
I am back. Feeling the need to blog. The need to share my hard-learned wisdom with whomever will stop long enough to read it.
In the years since I have really blogged, I have continued to grow and change quite a bit. I wish I could detail more of what has occurred over the past 3 years, but out of respect for marriage, I will not elaborate, only share the main lessons I have learned which have been life changing for me.
For women in difficult marriages, I will say this: Cloud and Townsend http://www.cloudtownsend.com/ are some of the best people with some of the best advice I have ever encountered. I have read almost everything they have published and I highly recommend Boundaries for any interpersonal issues.
I will also say that if you are in a difficult marriage, for whatever reason, God has His eye on you. First and Foremost, get as familiar as possible with how GOD views you and do not let how you view you or how anyone else views you cloud the TRUTH. Choose to believe His…
Not to touch on an ongoing controversial subject, but really people. WAKE UP.
My children have never been vaccinated. These are the questions I strongly encourage you to get answered before making a decision to vaccinate.
1. Who do I know that DOES NOT vaccinate and what are their reasons?
2. Are there any statistics taken on those that have autism, learning disabilities, who have NEVER been vaccinated?
Sign a petition here: https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/mandate-cdc-do-double-blind-study-comparing-autism-rates-vaccinated-vs-unvaccinated-control-groups/7vrdnCHT
3. If my child gets...... Measels (the actual disease), what are the statistically significant risks?
Chickenpox, what are the risks?
Mumps? What happens to a child with mumps? What are the REAL risks of the disease?
4. What are the risks and benefits of delaying vaccines to age 2 (the age when a child's immune sy…