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May 23rd, 2017

What an amazing thing to be able to learn Hebrew online, from the comfort of my home! The Israel Institute of Biblical Studies allows students to learn from passionate and experienced teachers – from Israel – through live video lessons. It also allows you to connect with fellow students from around the globe. When it comes to […]

How to Minister to Others with Your Blog

May 23rd, 2017

Blogging is so popular nowadays that you may already be contemplating using this platform to spread the gospel or simply help other people. Can you use the tool for outreach? Perhaps we need to review the reasons people blog.  For some people, blogging is a full time job, while others do it for fun.  For […]

Summer Sanity Tips For Work-at-Home Moms

May 22nd, 2017

As we’re moving from spring into summer, we all have a moment or two where we look forward to summer because of its slower pace.  When summer arrives, in all its glory, we then recognize the lie that we had been telling ourselves. Summer is crazy busy. Between pool parties, summer sports and sleepovers, how […]

Writing a Stellar Slogan that Creates a Buzz for Your Business

May 19th, 2017

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You Can’t Have Your Cake and Eat It Too

May 18th, 2017

I was waiting in line at the grocery store minding my own business, which is a full-time job these days. I have worked hard over the years to master this “minding my own business.” I have not been all that successful, but I still try. As I was standing in line I heard the woman […]

Running the Race

May 17th, 2017

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Tutu Much Money

May 16th, 2017

My daughters, Bri and Alex, have been in dance classes for a few years of their lives. Bri was in both ballet and Irish dance before requesting no more dance. She said she couldn’t keep her arms straight; when in ballet she was supposed to use her arms, and in Irish, she was not. She […]

Avoiding Distractions

May 15th, 2017

Do you find yourself checking your email every five minutes? Or chatting on the phone when you are supposed to be working? Distractions are a part of life, but that doesn’t mean they have to control your days. Here are a few ideas to help you keep on task. Close your email and get off […]

A Successful Brand Requires a Target Market

May 12th, 2017

There’s an old saying I’m sure you’ve heard: “If you aim at nothing, you will hit it. Every time.” That saying applies to choosing a market. Saying that you will market to everyone will actually diminish your brand and therefore your success. Why? Because if you don’t have a particular person in mind as you […]

Mother Said There’d Be Days Like This

May 11th, 2017

Mothers are the greatest dispensers of advice since God said, “Let there be light.” Some, not me, refer to it as maternal instinct. My own mother gave me some splendid advice when I was growing up. Unfortunately, much of Mom’s advice shed light on nothing. Absolutely nothing at all. Let me outline some advice my […]

God, Do You Love Me?

May 10th, 2017

by Michelle Lynn Senters   I don’t remember when I first became cynical about love. Perhaps it began as a girl when my words of affection towards my father went unnoticed. Or maybe in sixth grade when the cute boy sitting in front of me turned around and announced I should learn how to pluck […]

Covert Code for your Kids

May 9th, 2017

I wrote a previous article about teaching your kids a code of ethics/values.  It was awesome and you can read it here.    This article is about the type of code that is a lot more clandestine . . . that is to say “secret,” and can help your kids manage social interactions without their […]