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"Wow, you've really got your hands full." "Are they all yours?" "You must be so busy. I don't know how you do it." Since adding a 4th child to our family this past winter, these comments and many others have... Read More
Written by Kate Tietje, Contributing Writer There was one morning early in my third pregnancy when I was still exhausted and I was attempting to sleep just a little more after my kids got up. I would leave my bedroom... Read More
Written by Sharon Kaufman, Contributing Writer An Unquenchable Thirst Several weeks ago, in a conversation over lunch, a younger woman (mid-thirties) confided to me how severely depressed she has been in past months. I empathized with her, "I know what... Read More
Celebrate with Joy: Epiphany and Reflections on Transforming our Christmas Celebrationsby Stephanie Langford
I found this year to be one of our most meaningful Christmas seasons so far. It has been such a blessing to begin implementing even a few new things into the way that we celebrate the birth of our Savior.... Read More
Image by ishane What is Christmas? It is not a winter festival. It is not the inevitable annual energy drain. It is not a few holidays to give us a break. It is not a time to fill our children's... Read More
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