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Category Archives: Being Loved at Home
Being Loved at Home Part 10- Single Parents First I want to put it right out there that I admire single parents. If you’re a single mom, you have to be “mom” and “dad” all wrapped up into one. Hopefully, … Continue reading
Being Loved At Home Part 9-Who’s Corner are you in? The World can beat on us. The boss at work is breathing down your neck to be more productive, the bills are piling, and someone cut you off at the … Continue reading
Sometimes people read these type of books when their marriage is on the rocks. Which isn’t a bad idea. An even better idea is to read this book even if your marriage is great. The 5 Love Languages will make … Continue reading
Being Loved at Home Part 8- Submitting to One Another Christian husbands love to quote that the wife is supposed to submit to her husband. Is it true? “Wives, submit yourselves unto your own husbands, as unto the Lord.” … Continue reading
Being Loved At Home Part 7- Being Rich In Love Who, being loved, is poor? – Oscar Wilde “Owe nothing to anyone except to love one another; for he who loves his neighbor has fulfilled the law.” Romans 13:8 … Continue reading
Being Loved at Home Part 6 -Everyone Being Creative It’s easy to get in a daily rut, isn’t it? For a lot of us it goes something like this: Get up see the kids off to School, go to work, … Continue reading
Being Loved at Home Part 3- Meals Meals together can be tricky with our busy schedules. I work second shift to make a living while also working part-time in my Young Living Business to make a fortune and having a … Continue reading
Being Loved at Home Part 1-How to Greet One Another Wilma I’m home I was thinking back to all the wonderful cartoons and TV’s shows I use to watch as a kid, and I realized something. I love the way … Continue reading