And the Bride Wore…White?

A short perusal through history will reveal that the white wedding dress is generally a tradition that has become more prominent only in the last 100 years or so. Before Queen Victoria's wedding in 1840, most brides wore popular colors of the day. At that time, blue was a symbol of purity, and therefore many ...

March 13th, 2011|Categories: Chidren's Bible Class|Tags: , |4 Comments

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Something to Think About

Today was a busy, productive day.  I spent the morning doing some housework - swept and mopped the pantry, kitchen, dining room, living room, my bedroom and bathroom. I also spent a little time pulling some weeds.  Since George and I had a Bible study to go to this afternoon, I cooked a pot of ...

How Was Your Weekend?

So, how was your weekend?  Did you do anything particularly exciting?  Ours wasn't exactly exciting, but it was busy.  Saturday I spent at least half the day in the kitchen, preparing food for both Saturday and Sunday. Saturday evening George, Jacob and I went to town to pick up Charles, our translator, along with his ...

Principles for Successful Motherhood, Part 7

In this final article of this series, I want to focus on the fact that there are differences between males and females, and we need to appreciate that God designed it that way.  In other words: Sons and Daughters: Recognize Their Differences.  As we bring up our children, we need to let our boys be ...

November 8th, 2010|Categories: Chidren's Bible Class, Family Matters, Uncategorized|Tags: , |Comments Off on Principles for Successful Motherhood, Part 7

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