What Precious Gold a Wife Can Gain When She Lays Her Silver Down

Ah, time. As women, there is a myriad of things we do each day to keep our homes running smoothly and our families fed, clean, and content. It takes a huge amount of time. But this care of husbands and children is what gives us the most joy and purpose in life. But what woman doesn't crave those ...

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Merry-Go-Round of Discontent

Have you ever noticed when you get a new piece of furniture how it brings out the shabbiness in everything else? Instead of thankfulness for the new thing, there are wishes for more newer, nicer things to go with the recently acquired new thing. And on and on we go, a merry-go-round of ...

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The Secret Was in Her Smile

I came across a picture years ago of a Christian woman living in a refugee camp in Myanmar (formerly Burma). She was squatting on a dirt floor; the walls of her home empty canvas rice bags. Few possessions and no adornment could be seen. But amid the squalor, the picture captured something ...

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The Light Fades Sooner Each Night

Autumn in the Desert Southwest is a time for exhalation. The incessant summer heat has passed—and we have survived. We have been transported through a window of favor. There is sunshine to smile at not hide from. The Rock Wren's bounce shouts joy while the Mourning Doves careen on breezes that ...

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