We’re Still Alive (an update from Forster/Doorposts land)

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Families need stability. Even when our adult lives are full of challenges, we fight for the stability our children need. We want them to grow up with familiar routines, a comfortable home, and parents who are there for them. But life is unpredictable. Often we don’t know what will happen tomorrow or next week. What do you do when “normal”, whatever that used to be, is shot to bits? I’m […]

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Missing…

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You know that feeling? You suddenly realize something is missing — something important – and you don’t know where it is. I’m becoming far too familiar with that feeling lately. Not sure what’s up. Here’s the report from just the last five days: I was ten minutes late to an appointment because I noticed part way there that I didn’t have my purse with me. I left my wallet sitting in […]

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Time for a Giveaway!

We would like to give one of you a set of all the Busy Mamas Bible studies that are in print! That means you’ll have eight months worth of Bible studies! The set will include our newest Child-Training Boot Camp study, plus studies on Proverbs 31, Psalm 103, Psalm 37, 1 Corinthians 13, Colossians 3, 1 John 3 (not pictured), and Isaiah 53! The giveaway also includes our favorite Bible study supplies, including […]

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30-Plus Days in Psalm 22 for Busy Mamas, Day 33: What Next?

We’ve finished our study of Psalm 22 together, but there’s still plenty more we could have studied! If you’ve learned some new study methods over the past month, put them to practice while you continue to study on your own! Here are a few ideas to get your started! Stay tuned, too, for our end-of-the-study giveaway on Monday! We will be giving away a full set of every Busy Mamas […]

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30 Days (and a couple more) in Psalm 22 for Busy Mamas, Day 32: Living

We’ve come to the end of our study. We’ve stood at the cross and listened to the words and thoughts of our Savior as He willingly laid down His life for us. We’ve watched men laugh at Him. We’ve heard Him appeal to God on the basis of God’s past faithfulness. We’ve seen Him suffer a torturous death. We’ve listened as He pleaded for God to deliver Him. We’ve joined […]

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30 Days (Plus a Couple More) in Psalm 22 for Busy Mamas, Day 31: Review

NOTE: Before we start up today, I want to make sure you know that today is the last day you can get $25 worth of free bonuses when you order our new “Child-Training Boot Camp” study! (We did this study online last summer!) Check it out! There’s plenty more we could study in Psalm 22, and in another post I’ll give you some suggestions of how to continue your study on […]

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30 Days in Psalm 22 for Busy Mamas, Day 30: Why?

We’ve looked at who will praise and worship God. Today, before we start our review and application of what we have been studying, we’re going to look at why the Jews and the Gentiles, the prosperous and the poor, and those who are yet unborn are going to praise God. Assignment: Pray, asking the Holy Spirit to help you understand what you read and study. Then turn to your marked copy of Psalm […]

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30 Days in Psalm 22 for Busy Mamas, Day 29: Surprise! A Catch-Up Day!

I hope no one minds a surprise Catch-up day today! I got up Monday morning with today’s lesson not yet written. Due to the day’s events, I found myself trying to write the lesson at 1:15 this morning, decided I wasn’t in any shape to write our next lesson. So we’ll just extend the study a day or two into April! For those of you who would like to move […]

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30 Days in Psalm 22 for Busy Mamas, Day 28: Illustrations

Before we finish looking at the last few verses of Psalm 22, let’s take a day to meditate on what we’ve been studying. You’ll need your pens and colored pencils. We’re going to draw some pictures. Don’t worry if you don’t think you’re an artist. You don’t need to be. You can draw simple stick figures and symbols. For instance, a simple question mark could illustrate verse 1. Day and night in […]

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