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Tagged With: Psalm 119:105

First Friday: Raising Fishermen

Once upon a few kids ago, I was diligently at work completing my weekly Bible study when, in all her 18-month-old guile, my little girl began to foil my plans. First, she grabbed the Bible. Then, my pen. And finally, the coffee. Oh, the coffee. Hadn’t anyone told this child that you do not mess … Continue reading »

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Friday Introduction: The Bible in Rhyme

 When I was growing up, we would read the story of Jesus’ birth from Luke 2 on Christmas Eve. We read it from the King James Version of the Bible. I think I was 8 or 9 years old before I understood that “sore afraid” meant the shepherds were very scared, not in pain.The Bible … Continue reading »

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I’m Thankful for the Bible

Each day until Thanksgiving, Everyday Truth is looking at a different reason to be thankful in a family devotional. Use these devotionals with your kids to help keep your family focused on giving thanks. If you missed the introductory post, check it out here for directions on creating a “Thanksgiving wall.” When you’re done with … Continue reading »

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Friday Introductions: Mom’s Toolbox

I know a lot about the Bible. I’ve been teaching and writing Bible studies for nearly 10 years. But, you know, I have never made it through the Bible cover to cover in one set period of time. Oh, I’ve started with the read through the Bible in a year reading plans several times, but … Continue reading »

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Blizzard Warning

For nearly a week, the weather forecasters have been telling us we’re going to get hammered wtih snow today. We’re under a blizzard warning, and school is cancelled even though it hasn’t even started snowing yet. It’s been a long time since our area has seen a blizzard warning. This is unusual weather. The grocery … Continue reading »

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