All the Small things

Is your heart right with God? That's a really important question to ask yourself. Do you go to church weekly, with a joyful and worshipful heart? … [Continue reading]

Fun Fact Friday: Free museum entry across the nation!

Tomorrow (September 26) is National Museum Day! Visit for details, and check out their venue page to find a participating location … [Continue reading]

Devotional: A Great and Noble Task – Relationships, Actions, and Dress

Go here to read part one. Our Relationships Everyday we associate with people--all different kinds of people. People who are happy, hurting, … [Continue reading]

Devotional: A Great and Noble Task – Attitude and Words

Our theme for September 2009 is, “Pierce my heart in the small stuff.” This can be approached from many different angles, but first we’ll delve into … [Continue reading]

Marriage: The Little Things

How many times have we told our husbands that the little things mean so much? Most of us would love to receive flowers, cards, phone calls, a back … [Continue reading]

Style Sense: Swap, Don’t Shop

I love saving money, and I have a hard time tossing down huge amounts for clothing (Goodwill, anyone?). Now, there are some things that are worth … [Continue reading]

Helping Hands: Little Hands are Helping

Proverbs 31:10, 20, 28 “An excellent wife, who can find? For her worth is far above jewels. She extends her hand to the poor, And she stretches out … [Continue reading]

Fun Fact Friday: Play-Doh

September 18 is National Play-Doh Day! Play-Doh started out at one color (off-white) in a 1.5-pound can. By 1983, there were eight colors, and in … [Continue reading]

Desktop Image: September 2009

If you’d like to have our theme image on your desktop this month, simply click on “standard” or “wide-screen” underneath the photo, then right click … [Continue reading]

Health and Fitness: Fearfully and Wonderfully Made – Transformation

We recently discussed the importance of taking care of our bodies and today we'll discuss renewing our minds. 3. A third lesson I have learned is … [Continue reading]