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“Part 3: Raising Godly Daughters”

Photo by Daria Obymaha on Pexels.com Only With Jesus, We Are Made Holy: More and more, I’m hearing even in Christian places, that we need to tell our girls (or kids in general) that phrase, “you are enough.” That they are perfect, just the way they are. Sounds harmless enough right? Well, I don’t think… Continue reading “Part 3: Raising Godly Daughters”

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“Part 2: Raising Godly Daughters”

Photo by Daria Obymaha on Pexels.com Raising my Daughter I understand that a lot of women (not all) these days, think men are horrible, perverted, dominating creatures and while that may be true for some men, that’s also true for some women too, lest you forget. There are just bad people in this world, and… Continue reading “Part 2: Raising Godly Daughters”

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“Part 1: Raising Godly Daughters”

Photo by Daria Obymaha on Pexels.com Uniquely Made: Men and women are made for each other. Women are not made for women, and men are not made for men. Women can give birth and become mothers; men cannot. Men, can become fathers, they can go out and work hard, grueling hours of painful, physical labor;… Continue reading “Part 1: Raising Godly Daughters”

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“Part 2: What Do I Do With The Truth, and How Do I Help My Children With It?”

Photo by RODNAE Productions on Pexels.com Always watch yourself, because we shouldn’t become prideful; we are not perfect either. That’s what the verse is saying in Matthew 7:3 (ESV) “Why do you see the speck that is in your brother’s eye, but do not notice the log in your own eye?” This verse reminds us… Continue reading “Part 2: What Do I Do With The Truth, and How Do I Help My Children With It?”

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“Part 1: What Do I Do With The Truth, and How Do I Help My Children With It?”

Photo by RODNAE Productions on Pexels.com I have a great friend, we’ve been friends for a few years now, and go out to talk at least once every couple months! We will call her Jane (not her real name). Jane, knows of God, and of Christianity, but we personally, don’t really ever talk about biblical… Continue reading “Part 1: What Do I Do With The Truth, and How Do I Help My Children With It?”