Connecting Over Distance

“One generation shall praise Thy works to another” (Psalm 145:4). I struggle with this since none of my family members live in our city. As I grappled with maintaining a touchpoint, especially with my grandchildren, I remembered that censorship of social media and texts was common in our days in Asia. Maybe a handwritten note would be something the grandchildren …

Invalidation

By Joyce Herron, Founder of Trinity Christian School, Lubbock, TX Invalidation is to reject, ignore, mock, judge or diminish someone’s feelings. Emotional abuse victims can become so convinced that they are worthless that they believe that no one else could want them. Their ultimate fear is being all alone. Recently, as I was reading John 5, I recalled a lesson …

Praying for Your Children Works!

While I sneak off to see grand babies, Martha Kirk is taking up the pen at Hungry For More. You’ve heard from (and about!) Martha before as we’ve been friends since second grade. Welcome her as she shares a beautiful testimony about praying for your children.    ————————- “With the near arrival of my second grandchild (maybe THIS week), I’m thinking …

Motherhood…The Original Robin Hood

Thanks Amanda Walker for visiting us as guest blogger again today. I always learn from your wisdom. —————————     “Behold, children are a heritage from the LORD, the fruit of the womb a reward. Like arrows in the hand of a warrior are the children of one’s youth. Blessed is the man who fills his quiver with them! He …

The “Inconvenience” of Parenthood

Amanda Taylor Walker is guest posting with us again today. I’m so thankful to have her in my life.    Today she gives us an excellent word regarding living in the trenches of parenthood.    ————————–   When I was 27 years old my doctor told me that I would probably never have children. At that time I was single, and …

Flashlight Tag and Comparison

  Carrie Vipperman joins us at Hungry For More again today. I love her depth of spirit and perception, especially as she seeks the Lord. Thanks Carrie for reminding us of what is really important.   ———————- “But, Mo-o-o-m, his headlamp BLI-I-NKS!!”   Just like that, all the joy that my little girl had felt from our time playing as a family …