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[26 Nov 2010 | | ]
Family And Friends Too Selfish to See The Needs of Other

TweetShareI don’t know the frequency in which I have read John 5:1-15, but each time I meditate on those scriptures, God seems to give me additional insight. This story is about an invalid at the pool of Bethesda.
Each year, the Lord would send an angel to the pool to perform physical healing for those able to get into the pool. John 5:3 says, “Here a great number of disabled people used to lie the blind, the lame, the paralyzed. One who was there had been an invalid for 38 years.” …

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[21 May 2010 | | ]
Parents Share Their Personal and Family Goals

TweetShareHave you thought about setting goals for yourself and your family? Parents discussed setting personal and family goals during an Importance of Family: How to Connect Workshop. Most individuals understand the process of setting goals in businesses but very seldom do they set goals for their family.
Every family should consider setting goals for their family as well as individual goals. It’s important to record your goals and track how you are meeting them. Every goal should be flexible because life circumstances can change without warning. We hope this information will …

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[16 May 2010 | | ]
Parent Acknowledges She Never Wanted to Control Her Attitude

TweetShareThis post is about Shirley, a parent, who never wanted to control her attitude.  Shirley’s attitude negatively impacted her relationship with her children.
Shirley’s Testimonial
“The life skills workshop impacted my life because it helped me to learn how to control my attitude and temper. Before, I never liked to control my attitude.  Before learning to control my attitude, I would be frustrated with everything!  Now I don’t feel that way.  I am able to bask in the great feeling I have when I control my attitude. It makes me feel better. …

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[6 Mar 2010 | | ]

TweetShare(Genesis 18:1-15)
Points to Ponder

There are times when the Lord will suddenly show up (Genesis 18:1).
When you are close to God you will sense His presence (Genesis 18:2).
When the Lord passes by, take time to fellowship with Him (Genesis 18:3).
We must be eager to serve the Lord when He shows up (Genesis 18:4-5).
We must always give God our very best (finest, choicest) and nothing less. (Genesis 18:6).
Always stay close to the Lord (Genesis 18:8).
Remember our Lord loves to dialog with us (Genesis 18:9).
The Lord continues to confirm His commitment to the family …

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[26 Feb 2010 | | ]

TweetShareThis is an update to an article previously written on this subject. There are many situations that negatively impact the foundation of the family. This article focuses on twenty issues that negatively impact the success of a family. Solutions are also provided to help the family to move in the right direction.  Every family must identify the best strategies they can use to ensure the success of their family.  Use appropriate tools that work for your family.  Listed below are solutions to help you to deal with the twenty Issue …

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[19 Feb 2010 | | ]
Commit to Having a Fun Weekend

TweetShareHere’s my challenge for every family in the world. I challenge you to focus on encouraging and up lifting each other with kind words and deeds. Make a commitment to enjoy life on a weekend you choose. Do not use any negative words that might hurt a family member.
It will be a great challenge because you can’t control others but you can control yourself. Here are some suggestions:
1. Send your family members a nice text message.
2. E-mail them an encouraging word.
3. Leave a note under their pillow or in their …

Family, Relationship, Teens »

[8 Feb 2010 | | ]

TweetShareThis is a testimonial about Thomas, a teenager who recognized the need to control his attitude and temper.
 Thomas’ Testimonial-
I attended a class to help me understand how to turn negative situations around into positive ones in my life.  I learned to think about consequences of my actions before I make a decision because my actions have hurt someone’s feelings or led to a fight.

“I know that being in control will help me to respect others and myself”

I learned that controlling my attitude and temper would help me be a better …