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This banana cake is SO moist and so easy to make… you can have the kiddos help you frost it and mash the bananas!! It’s the prefect dessert for spring or anytime that is. ūüėČ The Recipe: 3/4 cup butter 2 1/8 cups white sugar 3 eggs 2 teaspoons vanilla extract 3 cups all-purpose flour […]

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Do you ever look around at the families in your church and assume they have it all together? ¬†That their lives must be carefree and they have these perfect obedient children, problem free marriages and every day goes just as planned? ¬†Maybe you think some of the bloggers you enjoy reading are living lives that […]

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¬† All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, ¬†so that the servant of God¬†may be thoroughly equipped for every good work. ~2 Timothy 3:16-17 Moms, our days are busy and before we know it our heads are hitting the pillow and we realize we haven’t spent anytime […]

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How does keeping our homes have an impact on the Gospel of Jesus Christ? ¬†Why should we pattern our lives, including the care of our homes, according to the Word of God? ¬†Let’s take a look at God’s Word and be encouraged in the role He has called us to. Older women likewise are to […]

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  A lace headband adds a touch of sweet feminine grace &¬†elegance¬†to any outfit! These¬†lacey rosette headbands¬†are the perfect¬†gift for a new baby girl &¬†her momma.¬† In honor of Valentine’s day fast approaching I’m hosting a giveaway for these¬†2 headbands {made by me!}… simply comment on this post to enter! For Extra Entries: (Be sure […]

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I am so thankful to the Lord when He allows me to see little glimpses of His marvelous work in the lives of my children.¬† Too often I only see the character issues and the weeds of sin that need pulling in my children’s hearts. Sometimes I¬†am slow in¬†noticing what the Master Gardner has caused […]

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Are children too young to set goals for the New Year? I don’t believe they are! ¬†Even young children can set age-appropriate goals to strive toward: doing chores without complaining, saying “please” and “thank you”, learning to potty train, memorizing Scripture, reading the Bible every day, etc.     As mothers, it is our privilege […]

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I’ve been thinking a lot lately about hospitality. When we were in Oregon, preparing for our move to Arkansas, friends would mention that “Southern Hospitality.” I’d think, yeah, maybe in grandma’s time. Nowadays I’m sure they’re just as hospitable (or not) as the rest of us. Boy, was I wrong! We’ve been here a month […]

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