FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS

Mentoring From the Inside Out
on May 1, 2012 at 5:34 am / in FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS, FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS

Mentoring From the Inside Out

Mentoring From the Inside Out By: Kay Woods   Parent Awareness is the solution to tomorrow’s future (our children). It’s alive and well.  We ask ourselves daily “What do I do next to ensure our child(ren) are prepared for the future.”  One does not have to have a child to ponder this question.  It’s everyone’s reality that the little people […]

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Location, Location, Location…(a letter to my son)
on March 1, 2012 at 2:51 pm / in FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS, FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS

Location, Location, Location…(a letter to my son)

Location, Location, Location…(a letter to my son) By: Cynthia Miller   My Dearest Son, I thought about what you said all the way home.  My son you are right where you are meant to be. You are not even one day behind.  You are so much farther than so many young men your age. You have so much going for […]

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Families:  Born or Bred? – Part II
on March 1, 2012 at 12:49 am / in FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS, FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS

Families: Born or Bred? – Part II

Families:  Born or Bred? – Part II By: Phyllis Jackson In the previous issue, we began to discuss the definition of family.  Who are the important people in your life?  What makes the relationship significant?  Without question, the foundation of family starts with our birth parents, siblings, spouses and children; but it is important to acknowledge that the definition of […]

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Love Trilogy
on January 22, 2012 at 3:41 am / in BOOK HIGHLIGHTS

Love Trilogy

A native of New Orleans, LA, who married her college sweetheart and traveled the world as an Army wife for 20 years.  She is the mother of two children (a daughter and a son), and a grandmother of one granddaughter.  Karen is the author of five books.  She is currently retired and living in Arizona. By:  Karen Jamison

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Families: Born or Bred?
on January 22, 2012 at 3:31 am / in FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS, FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS

Families: Born or Bred?

I remember when I held my daughter for the first time.  It was 1976, the year America celebrated its Bicentennial – remember the Bicentennial minute?  Obviously as a mother, I instinctively felt love for my newborn.  I realized then, as I whispered to her, that God had made this assignment.  My thoughts were, “You are mine and I am yours.  […]

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