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The Power of the Pure in Heart

The Power of the Pure in Heart

By on September 1, 2015 in Christian Life with 0 Comments

Because your heart is the shrine for your affections, the crucible for your thoughts, and the home for your energies and motivations, it is the most vital organ of the body. Even in the physical realm, the heart pumps the life-giving blood through veins and arteries to sustain the body. Life and health, personality and […]

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Wombs For Sale: The Next Debate in Same-Sex Marriage

Wombs For Sale: The Next Debate in Same-Sex Marriage

By on August 27, 2015 in Culture, Women's Issues with 2 Comments

In the aftermath of legalized same-sex marriage, Americans may soon face a new ethical dilemma: commercial surrogacy. As Christopher White reports in his article on The Public Discourse, Surrogacy and Same-Sex Marriage: A Tale of Two Countries, the issue of “marriage equality” is morphing into the question of “family equality.” As White observes, “While many […]

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Jesus, Faith, and Fish

Jesus, Faith, and Fish

By on August 25, 2015 in Faith, Family and Parenting with 0 Comments

Have you ever noticed in the New Testament, when fish are involved, that Jesus is ultimately teaching about faith? Think about it—Jesus fed the five thousand with fish and bread (Matt 14:13-21); He did the same thing with four thousand on a different occasion (Matt 15:29-39); He caused the disciples’ nets to overflow with fish […]

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3 Back-to-School Prayers for Your Children

3 Back-to-School Prayers for Your Children

By on August 20, 2015 in Family and Parenting with 1 Comment

I don’t know where I first heard it, but I have always loved the saying, “Having happy children is good, but a parent’s real job is to mold great adults.” It is with this thought running through my mind that I make my list of prayer requests for my children this school year. Yes, I […]

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“They’ll Never Love You Like I Can”

“They’ll Never Love You Like I Can”

By on August 18, 2015 in Christian Life, Jesus with 0 Comments

Have you ever listened to a popular song on the radio that just really hits you? Its meaning is deeper than even the artist really understands and it just speaks to your soul and spirit? That’s what I’ve been feeling lately through Sam’s Smith new song “Like I Can” Why are you looking down all […]

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Why We Can’t Stop Unveiling the Truth Behind Planned Parenthood

Why We Can’t Stop Unveiling the Truth Behind Planned Parenthood

By on August 13, 2015 in Culture with 2 Comments

Over the past few weeks the abortion debate revitalized with the release of five videos by The Center for Medical Progress, an anti-abortion group. These videos describe the gruesome selling of aborted baby organs for research. As a mother of two girls and a little boy on the way, these videos hit a nerve with me. […]

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Theology of a Red Door

Theology of a Red Door

By on August 11, 2015 in Theology with 3 Comments

According to early American history, a red door signified that a home was welcoming. The red door was a way of communicating to tired travelers, traveling by horse and buggy, that this was a safe place to rest for the night and have a warm meal. In Scotland, homeowners would paint their front door red […]

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True Beauty

True Beauty

By on August 6, 2015 in Christian Life with 0 Comments

“Am I Pretty or Ugly?”  Since 2009, close to 25,000 teen girls have posted videos of themselves on YouTube asking that very question. Then, they have encouraged people to leave comments weighing in on the question. Tragically, the results have not been uplifting. Many of these young women are bombarded by mean and thoughtless comments. […]

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Intentional Contentment In A Never-Ever-Satisfied Culture

Intentional Contentment In A Never-Ever-Satisfied Culture

By on August 4, 2015 in Personal Growth with 2 Comments

Texas just recorded its wettest May ever. In fact, so did the entire United States, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Since, in North Texas, we’ve been under drought conditions steadily since 2012 to the point of government-enforced watering restrictions, you’d think an uptick in rain would be welcome news. But, I […]

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We’ll See You in August!

We’ll See You in August!

By on July 17, 2015 in Uncategorized with 1 Comment

We’re taking a short break at BW this summer to enjoy time with family and recharge our batteries. But look for us in August with all new posts.   Until then, catch up on some of these readers’ favorites: Why I’m Glad My Parent’s Didn’t Let Me Choose My Gender, by Maggie Sandusky To the Woman […]

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