A Mothers Motivation

A Mother’s Motivation By Heidi Braun It was semi-dark in the living room with the blinds cracked half open. What time of day it was, nobody could tell or perhaps even care. A state of subdued silence had overcome the place, since no one felt much like talking. Maybe they were watching a movie to […]

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Mindfully Motivated

Anyone who knows me well will tell you that I have the occasional habit of using “BIG” words in conversation but completely out of context! This has left me blushed and embarrassed more than a few times. The problem was that I would hear others using these words, like the way they sounded (smart or […]

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Learning to be content

This weekend I got the awesome chance to visit an Amish community and tour their way of life. It was a really cool experience and really got me thinking about things. These are a people who willing give up many of the luxurious we have today, to live a simple life in a world that […]

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The Kitchen Window

Recently I was listening to an audiobook entitled “Beautiful Outlaw.” In this book John Eldredge relates a parable of the way we can develop tunnel-vision about our life, circumstances, God, and relationships. “One day a man decided to board himself up inside his house. He sealed off the doors, the windows, even the chimney.  He […]

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