Archive for May, 2008

The Law of Kindness, Part 4

Friday’s post: more thoughts on the positive use of the tongue!

Learning – guest writer; Ana Hull, age 15

Ana is a precious young woman of God. She shares from her treasury of experience, faithfully tending the good things He has shown her. What a wonderful example to all of us!

The Law of Kindness, Part 3

This week we finish our study of slander — we have learned to refrain from such practice, and now we will explore the “flip side”. The tongue is small but power-packed. We can learn how to use that power for His glory!

Part 3 today!

The Law of Kindness, Part 2

This week we finish our study of slander — we have learned to refrain from such practice, and now we will explore the “flip side”. The tongue is small but power-packed. We can learn how to use that power for His glory!

Part 1 yesterday. Part 2 today!

The Law of Kindness, Part 1

This week we finish our study of slander — we have learned to refrain from such practice, and now we will explore the “flip side”. The tongue is small but power-packed. We can learn how to use that power for His glory!

Merrick William

Our little man is focused as he keeps his eye on the ball.

For Bread-Lovers

Cheddar Pan Biscuits

1/3c butter
2-1/4c all-purpose flour
4oz (1c) cheddar cheese, shredded
1T baking powder
1T sugar
1tsp dried basil leaves […]

Dealing With Slander in Our Lives

Some practical ways to guard against slander in your own life!

Miriam’s Dilemma or “What’s a Few Words Among Friends?”

Miriam’s life story is full of praise and confidence in God until jealousy led to slander. Let’s learn something from her today.

New York City

Where was Mom on Monday? Strolling the streets of New York with a husband, four kids, a son in law, and a granddaughter. But don’t worry, the next installment of “Not Slanderers” will be here soon!