Happy Lighten Up Monday! Sometimes we just can’t admit to ourselves who we really are… can you relate?
Happy Lighten Up Monday! If you wrote your own vows at your wedding, you’ll probably relate to this clip from my friend, Bob Smiley.
This year’s political race often reminded me of the squabbles of my children. As we would ride to church, they would sit in the back seat and fight over senseless things, hurling personal insults at one another.
This is my side of the car!
You are breathing on my side of the car!
Her breath stinks!
She’s looking at me!
It’s enough to cause brain damage. How does a parent deal with that kind of quarreling?
Happy Lighten Up Monday! Ahhh, multitasking. When it comes to this subject I think my friend Tim Hawkins pretty much has it nailed. Enjoy!
This is my 17 year old granddaughter, Kialee. She has a once in a lifetime opportunity that will change her life forever and I feel privileged to ask you, my friends, to help make this possible.
Kialee is praying for the funds to join her youth group on a mission trip to South Africa. Diane and I have contributed a significant amount to help her because our own experiences on these trips changed our lives.
We would love to see her faith strengthened by seeing God use you to help answer her prayers.
Thank you ahead of time for your generous response. This is the first request like this I have made.
Don’t be frightened. I know that you know I have four other grandchildren, but you can relax. These bread-snappers are spaced years apart so further appeals will be far in the future.
Have you had the opportunity for a trip like this?
How did it change your life? You can leave a comment by clicking here.
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Please click “continue reading” to read Kialee’s beautiful letter and see the options to give.