Archive for February, 2010

Single and Living Free

Single and Living Free

Single and Living Free by Ed Houston SingleandLivingFree.com Single and Living Free is a self help guide that teaches both men and women on how to break through the strongholds and addictions that often plague, blindside, and hinder Christian singles from living a life of wholeness and fulfillme

Letters 4 the Lord

Letters 4 the Lord

Letters 4 the Lord is a nationwide correspondence ministry to those in prison and their families. As well as a networking ministry to stay connected with other prison ministries for support; encouragement; and exchange of ideas and resources. If you have a loved one in prison who needs cards and

Meet Margie Robinson

Meet Margie Robinson

Identity Theft Awareness and Protection Lee & M Robinson & Associates Margie resides in Norfolk, VA Her hobbies include reading, writing, music, walking, and TV. She joined the Friendz Network to network with like minded women who are on a path that I am on. She is retired from Ci

Surviving Unemployment Devotions to Go

Surviving Unemployment Devotions to Go

When Marietta Taylor and her husband relocated from Chicago, Illinois to Raleigh, North Carolina, they encountered a life-changing surprise. With two young daughters in tow, their move was dependent upon both their incomes. While Marietta began work as planned, Rick’s promise of a job transfer fel

I Don't Really Want to Hurt My Child

I Don’t Really Want to Hurt My Child

Darcy's training pants were wet again. Again! Marching over to my two-year-old daughter, I directed her into the bathroom. As I struggled to pull down the soaking pants, I felt a rush of frustration and a sense of failure. "Darcy, you're supposed to come in the bathroom and go in the potty cha

You Never know what a Day will Bring

You Never know what a Day will Bring

“You never know what a day will bring.” That is what someone told my daughter seven years ago. When it comes to losing a loved one, I wish I could say that I don’t know how it feels. But I can’t. I know exactly how it feels, and it hurts. Whether your loved one is terminally ill and fi

Single Parent

Single Parent

I, single parent, mother to one son age 10 am truly beginning to embrace motherhood in a way that I probably wouldn’t be able to conceive had I not been walking hand in hand with Christ. After surviving multiple trips to the emergency room for nebulizer treatments, one negative phone call from a t

In The Dark

In The Dark

In the dark is where most women hide when they are being abused, too ashamed to let anyone know how much pain they are in; feelings of loneliness, guilt, hurt, and abandonment stick closer than any friend. You ask yourself “Why do I stay?” but the answer is not an easy one because you are tor

One Bottle of Maple Syrup

One Bottle of Maple Syrup

One Bottle of Maple Syrup By Sue Swartwood as told to Faith Bogdan “…Who satisfies your mouth with good things….” Psalm 103:5 Living on eighty-five dollars a week in those early days as a pastor’s wife wasn’t easy. My faith, and our meager salary, were constantly being stretched.

Coming Home to My Body

Coming Home to My Body

An Excerpt from the book," In The Eye of Deception" by Sarah R “Today, can we talk about the self-abuse? ” Toni asked. I crossed my legs under me in the chair. I nodded, feeling a bit uneasy. “Tell me when you started the cutting and throwing up and what that is about for you?”