Winter

Wrap yourself in the warmth of winter comforts and enjoy this frosty, quiet, cozy time of year.
Curb a teen's entitlement attitude. Photo from 123RF(r).
Teenagers

How to Curb the Entitlement Attitude in 3 Steps

Teach your teens proper work ethic, a savings mentality and personal responsibility.

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Health and Wellness

Just Say No to Winter Blahs

God didn’t make us like the bears–allowing us to hibernate all winter.

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Jenna (right) and pal Shantel brighten up the coldest Wisconsin winter together.
Friends

Best Friends: A Beloved Lifesaver

She felt all alone in a new town and with a new job. She soon was anything but alone!

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A woman writes in her journal.
Faith and Prayer

7 Reasons to Start Journaling

Keeping a journal can give your spiritual life a boost, especially during a cold winter.

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Finding Life Purpose

Pass It On: Heart-Warmer

She wanted to bring warmth to folks who could use it—and she knew just how to do it.

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Pine cones in the snow. Photo by Judy Royal Glenn.
Positive Living

The Lord’s Hand in All Seasons

Celebrating all the good things that snow brings

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Shrimp and Corn Bisque
Health and Wellness

Pastor’s Shrimp and Corn Bisque

This shrimp and corn bisque's spicy kick makes for a nice winter Sunday supper.

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God's Grace

A Sign on Christmas Eve

For a doubting Thomas widower, the message from his late wife was unmistakable.

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Devotions for Women

What Makes You Think About Heaven?

A precious memory is a catalyst to imagine the glorious future that awaits.

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Too Busy to Welcome Jesus

After all the decorating, baking, wrapping and entertaining--an "aha" moment happened.

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