Month: June 2016

In the Midst of the Struggle

I have struggled with my weight since I was a young child. I grew up on the good stuff – home cooked food! My family is in the seafood industry so we always had fresh fish and shrimp to eat and a lot of the time it was fried. Every family gathering revolved around large […]

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End of Evil

It is easy to get discouraged in this world full of horror. Every time you turn on the news, it is filled with all kinds of evil. Murder, beatings, robberies, rape, child abuse, etc. fill up the screen and usher in feelings of anger, sadness, and hopelessness. What are we to do? How are we […]

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Not of This World

Sandra’s friend Victoria always had nicer things than she did. Sandra worked hard, but she just couldn’t afford to buy the name-brand fashion, nice car, and go on expensive trips. She was happy with what she had, but sometimes she wanted to be able to dress as nice as her friend and go on amazing trips. She wished […]

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Enough for Him

Over a year ago I saw an article comparing Sadie Robertson and Kylie Jenner. Both of their families have been subjects in the news for “controversies” over the years, but on completely different sides of the spectrum. Both of the girls were 17 years old at the time of the article and both had a very […]

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Let It Go

Disclosure: This post may contain affiliate links which means if you make a purchase through the link, I receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. This helps support the mission of this blog. Shame. Guilt. Despair. Regret. Do any of these words describe how you feel about something in your past? Maybe […]

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