Thanksgiving Blog Part I: Navigating the Emotions of Anticipation

We’ve got a little less than a week till Thanksgiving. Some of us are starting to get stressed or antsy with everything we have to do. We’re also getting anxious about the family we’ll be with or our hearts are heavy about the ones we won’t. It’s important at these times to recognize where we’re at and process our emotions instead of run from them. In fact, the holidays really can be the best time for us to see where we still need healing in our life. They are an opportunity for growth.

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Fathers and Daughters: Reflections on Father’s Day with Baby on the Way and Dad Gone

Fathers and daughters share a special bond. Moms and daughters do too of course. But there is just something about dads and daughters. It’s special. it’s something that doesn’t go away, ever. It’s a love that makes you always feel protected, cared for, loved, admired and understood. It’s an example of how the Father loves us. Or if it doesn’t exist, it’s a way for God to fill in the cracks and love us like we’ve never understood.

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When Mother’s Day Weekend is Hard

I wanted to post to reach out to those of you who are having a tough time this weekend because Mother’s Day can really suck for some of us. It’s just not the Hallmark Holiday the world makes it out to be.

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Father’s Day Playlist

Here is the Spotify link:https://open.spotify.com/user/1245673340/playlist/77H1UlZMOKH5N2lSGJbA1q The Songs Everything I Own, BreadStrong God, Vertical Church BandGood, Good Father, Chris TomlinFather and Son, Cat StevensSilver Thunderbird, Marc CohnGive Me the Simple Life, Steve Tyrell, Father of the Bride soundtrackThe Way You Look Tonight, Steve Tyrell, Father of the Bride soundtrackVentura Highway, AmericaMy Father’s Eyes, Eric ClaptonI’ll Be There,…

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