Delicious and Easy Ramen Soup--Wellofaith.com
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Sare’s Favorite Delicious and Quick Ramen Soup Recipe

Luckily, since that time I've learned a few things about eating and cooking, and this recipe is guaranteed to feed the otherwise unhealthy craving.

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scripture prayer for moms--wellofaith.com
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Scripture Prayer for Moms–Sunday August 11, 2019 With Printable 3×5 Scripture Art

To that end, I've decided I need a focused plan for keeping more connected to God before joining in fellowship with others at church.

The Power of a Praying Spouse--WellOFaith
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To the Mother Who Struggles with Patience You’re Not Alone

Having four children, three of them under six, hasn't magically morphed me into Mary Poppins either. If anything, motherhood seems to have pushed me even further into territory more fitting of Batman than a loving Christian mother.

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That Time As A Teen When I Was A Perfect Parent

When I was still a perfect parent--living under my parents' roof, wearing clothes they bought for me, talking on the phone (a landline!) they paid for; I swore I would never treat my children the way my parents treated me. I wouldn't keep my children from doing what they wanted, make them do chores, or tell them no. I would be different. I'd understand them, and treat them with "respect".

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Six Things I Learned When I Quit Facebook

When I discovered Facebook almost a decade ago, I never imagined it would be something that took on a life of its own. I sure didn’t expect that a social media platform would be something that could ever require the need of a hiatus.
Then one day, not long before the election, I realized I was in desperate need of cleansing myself from the constant updates, notifications, and interactions. During the four(ish) months I was away I learned a lot about myself, and the effect Facebook has on me. Here are six of them:

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10 Books to Read for Personal Growth in 2017

Each year I compile a stack of books--some paper, some digital-- to help me grow as a person. This year I'm particularly excited about my choices. I'm also honest enough with myself to know I might not get through them all. However, I thought I'd share them (in no particular order) with you. Maybe you'll find a few new additions for your own "to-be-read" pile.

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How Patience Helps Us Grow

It's such a wonderful feeling to know how much God loves us, even when we aren't patient. The Bible is always here to help; to remind us to rejoice even when we're struggling, because we have the Holy Spirit, and it continually fills us with His love.

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What I Remember: Tea with My Father [A Happy Memory]

What I Remember: Tea With My Father Memories on My Father's Birthday   Today is my father's birthday. He's no longer here to celebrate it, but each year on this day, I still say a prayer and send him a wish. It's quiet, and it's ours. My whole adult life, my father was my closest… Continue reading What I Remember: Tea with My Father [A Happy Memory]

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Why I’m Not a Perfect Mom

There are many reasons why I'm not a perfect mom, and why I won't hold out hope that someday I'll suddenly become that mother who 'does it all'. You know the kind of mother portrayed in Leave it to Beaver. Perfectly dressed, make-up on, and not a hair out of place. The house would always… Continue reading Why I’m Not a Perfect Mom

When I Am Weary I Turn to God--wellofaith.com
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When I Am A Weary Mother I Turn To God [Snapshot of Life]

It might seem like our situations are more than we can deal with, or we might have more stress than we think we can survive, but God knows what he is doing. All we have to do is turn to Him.