Sep 20 2013

Happy Friday!

Meet Kankelfritz the cat!! 

 

 

 

Eddy from New York called today.  Been listening for just 2 months now and it's been a life saver for him.


Amy's son Eli, 7 years old, has been bullied a little at school. But, Amy was really surprised at how things turned out.


Craig's Cube of Questions!

 

Encouraging Story of The Day.  A 7 year old boy with a brain tumor, yet all he thinks about are other kids in need!

 

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Sep 19 2013

Thursday Recap!

 

Encouraging Story of The Day!  Having a tough time?  This little guy will encourage you! 

 

 

Rick Warren— “I never questioned my faith in God; I questioned God’s plan,” Rick Warren said. “God isn’t the blame for my son’s death. My son took his life. It was his choice.”

 

We knew it would happen eventually.

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Sep 18 2013

Today's Recap: Sunday Clothes, First Words, and An Encouraging Story

A co-worker of Amy's noticed that she often wears the same outfit on Monday that she wears on Sunday.  You see, they both go to church together!  Amy found that she's not alone!

 

Kankelfritz's daughter, Abby Grace, spoke the other day!!!


Are your kids smarter than you when it comes to digital gadgets? 


Encouraging Story of The Day.  John walked away from God, but God didn't walk away from John. 

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Sep 16 2013

Married 20 Years? What's Your Advice?

After more than 2 decades together - what wives would want to share with ‘new’ wives:

1.Hold hands whenever you can

2.Pray for him everyday

3.Cultivate your friendship

4.Make loving him your priority – over your job, your friends – even your kids

5.Decide you’re going to stick together

Read an article from wives married at least 20 years…offering their 'wisdom'….their best advice they'd love to pass along to young brides. (You can see some of their advice above). For me (Amy), I've only been married 15 years - - but my advice is: laugh together. Laughing together can really be intimate and a wonderful reminder of the fun person you fell in love with and married (life can get crazy/stressful when you're working hard, paying the bills and raising a family) YOU NEED TO LAUGH!!! What's your advice?

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