New Moms… Watch out for Identity Theft

Written by Jan Watson, Christian Life Coach   One of the funniest conversations I’ve ever heard was a couple preparing to leave the hospital with their first newborn child… “These people are crazy… they are telling us to take this baby home, expecting us to ‘parent’ her when we have absolutely no experience being one… Seriously. Who does […]

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Take the Anxiety Out of Teen Anxiety

Written by Erin Johnson, M.A. LPC-intern with Watershed Initiative in Frisco, Texas, who specializes in working with girls who deal with disruptive anxiety.   Teen-anxiety . . . Is it a real thing? In short, yes. For many of us, the word “teen” evokes its own onset of anxiety, whether as a parent, a teacher, […]

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Thirteen Ideas for Intentional Time

The start of a school year is a lot like the start of a new year. It is a great time to step back, take stock in your situation, and gather some fresh perspective on your life. I think the drawing factor for most moms is that you finally return to some normalcy and structure […]

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Sports: So Much More Than You Think

Written by Tony Cammarota, Associate Pastor of Equipping at Stonebriar Community Church. Originally published on his blog playingforglory.com.   What started as a hobby quickly turned into one of the scariest moments of my life.  One day, my wife and I decided to try a triathlon. She grew up swimming. I had gotten into running. We […]

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