Category Archives: Family

Bonds of Love

This isn’t very new, but I assume most of you are aware that some genius somewhere researched female DNA (because it only works with female DNA) going back in time to discover the first Homo sapiens mother. Somebody had to … Continue reading

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Fathers and Sons, Part 1

There are many instances in non-fiction, fiction, and film about mother and daughter relationships, both positive and negative. The movie Terms of Endearment comes to mind about a mother-daughter relationship. There are fewer father and son writings and film examples, … Continue reading

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With the help of Our Savior, Anyone Can be a Savior

Wyoming is a sparsely populated and spectacular state to visit. Every five years we make a pilgrimage to Yellowstone and Grand Teton.   The area attracts many. Many tourists come to gawk, take photos, of which I have many, to … Continue reading

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Light up the World! Jesus Is Come!

Hanging lights on a Christmas tree can be most stressful. Some nice person on the Internet has even made a list of Things Not to Say When Hanging Lights on the Christmas Tree. Let me read some of them: 8. … Continue reading

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We Are Family

The last book in C. S. Lewis’ fantasy series, The Chronicles of Narnia is called The Last Battle. If you are not familiar with The Chronicles of Narnia, Aslan is a lion who is Christ. Tash is an evil being. … Continue reading

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A Convoluted Relationship

When I was young, I wanted to be an adult. That’s what I wanted to be when I grew up. And not only did I want to be an adult, I wanted it NOW. I’m thinking that I am not … Continue reading

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The Greatest Gift of All

Sara Wood and her son, Landon, were facing a bleak Christmas this year. Landon is five years old. They were sleeping in the same bed at her parent’s home. Her husband and his father, Staff Sgt. Scott Wood, died four … Continue reading

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Grateful for Family

Families come in all shapes and sizes. There are small families. There are large families. There are close families. There are disconnected families. Mostly, families are in between the extremes. Families don’t get user guides. Two people get married and … Continue reading

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