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  • Birthday 05/14/1965

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  1. Our new Favorite is " Fred Claus." There is this snowglobe that allows "Santa" to look on every child, it is breathtaking and brings me to tears each time I see it. I love all the above that were mentioned. Our family is also huge fans of all the clay-mation specials, "A Year Without Santa Claus" and "Rudolf the Rednose Reindeer" among others. I still absolutely love the classic "Charlie Brown Christmas" And we traditionally decorate our tree to the "Grinch Who Stole Christmas" They never go out of style!
  2. Praying dear one! May your travels be filled with joy and blessing!
  3. I am praying and have to share what a blessing it is to know you and yours, who love children so! A homecoming indeeed! God is so good, all the time!
  4. Dear Lord, You know the cry of this prayer..... I am trusting that You are with this dear family. (((((((Deerslayer))))))))
  5. As the face is reflected in water so the heart reflects the real person. Proverbs 27:19 I am loving the reflection of your heart, dear sister! What a blessed reminder of God's unconditional love for us! Bless you for sharing,looking at the childrens tiles has me in utter tears of JOY! I will be praying for this sweet school to keep Christ in the hearts of children! ((((Darlene))))))
  6. Thank you,Necie, for bumping these backup. It's wonderful to read again and again! Such tried and true words of wisdom.
  7. Oh Happy Day!! Thank YOU, Lord for this Housewarming and providing all the energy and resources to make this construction a home for the MacKinnon Family! What a joy it is to give YOU praise and celebrate with this dear family!! Alexis,thank you for including us! I can't wait to see the pictures! Rejoicing mightily with you!
  8. Ozzzyyyy is my other self, LOL, here at Mrs. Survival! What a mix-up that was! But seriously, I didn't mind being mistaken for Ozzzyyy, as I have enjoyed each and everyone of her posts before the glitch took our real identities away when we changed web-homes. Welcome Home,Ozzzyyy! You're sure to be blessed!
  9. I love this lesson of the nine bean soup! It has inspired me to make some of my own packages of this theme to give away as gifts. I'm thinking specifically for my own variety of family this coming Thanksgiving. We are all so visibly different and if I may quote Stephanie; " While we are each individuals,we have been put together and made into something lovely...a family!" The ideas are also flooding my heart with thoughts of visually building team unity with "The Lesson of the 9 Bean Soup" in the ministries I lead in.Thank You,Lord and may You continue to bless our dear sister here who teaches her family in the ways of You and it has this amazingly beautiful way of spilling onto everyome she meets! We are blessed!
  10. ((((((Twilap)))))))) Praying for you, dear heart! You have been missed! Your daughter is so very precious to let us know how you are doing! What a sweetie to her mama! Love ya!
  11. Praying for our American heritage to be preserved for future generations and for our leaders of today to make wise descisions for all of ourtomorrows to come.
  12. Ginger


    From Ginger’s Heart To Yours…. Have you ever thought yourself to be a woman of influence? Influence :1. an effect of one person or thing on another [Latin influere to flow into] Each one of us has been entrusted by God with an area of influence within in our homes and community. Someone today is watching and witnessing how you handle yourself in everyday life and ultimately, it is up to you whether that influence would be a positive or a negative one. I’d like to share with you what two of my favorite Bible passages have to say on how our lives are meant to flow into one another for God: But Ruth said, "Don't force me to leave you; don't make me go home. Where you go, I go; and where you live, I'll live. Your people are my people, your God is my god; where you die, I'll die, and that's where I'll be buried, so help me God—not even death itself is going to come between us!" (Ruth 1:16-17 The Message) This is a true account of a mother/ daughter-in-law story that portrays a positive theme contrary to our society’s negative spin on mother-in-law relationships. Naomi was a seasoned woman of faith to a much younger Ruth. Naomi’s love of God and obedience to Him greatly influenced Ruth. Ruth saw something truly life-changing in the older Naomi and in her God, so much so that Ruth desired to pattern her own life in the same way as her mother-in-law. Ruth’s faithfulness to remain with Naomi led her to future husband Boaz. Ruth is recorded in scripture as the great-grandmother of King David, and thus is included in the lineage of Christ our Lord! A study of Naomi also reveals the importance the influence a younger woman has to an older woman. Naomi needed Ruth just as much as Ruth needed Naomi. This further goes to show how vital every generation is within the Body of Christ. Guide older women into lives of reverence so they end up as neither gossips nor drunks, but models of goodness. By looking at them, the younger women will know how to love their husbands and children, be virtuous and pure, keep a good house, be good wives. We don't want anyone looking down on God's Message because of their behavior. Also, guide the young men to live disciplined lives. But mostly, show them all this by doing it yourself, incorruptible in your teaching, your words solid and sane. Then anyone who is dead set against us, when he finds nothing weird or misguided, might eventually come around. (Titus 2 : 3-8 The Message) Our second New Testament Scripture reference is one that is my personal favorite and the call upon my life to be a Godly woman of influence. My life has and is blessed with many “Naomi’s” and “Titus 2 Women!” These faithful ones have come alongside me in grace and wisdom, teaching me to live my life out loud for Jesus! First and foremost, these seasoned women of faith taught me to prioritize God 1st, my marriage 2nd and my children 3rd. I have learned that I cannot be a Godly influence for others unless these three priority areas that God alone has entrusted to me are well cared for. Why would you feed the neighbor’s children if your own at home were starving?? It’s the same with how we care for ourselves and the well-being of our families. If these 3 areas become neglected, it is a red flag that we may be focusing on other areas that will distract us from our God-given priorities. When our priorities are in order, then God may also lead us to be His influence with our friends, neighborhood, workplace, church, ministry, etc. We have many women in our midst, who long to know Jesus more and follow Him. They need Godly women of influence to show them the way of this wonderful life of faith we share. It is a poignant reminder to my heart to know that I am now the older woman J (when did this happen?) following in the footsteps of those that have led before me. It has been said that there is no retirement for the Christian soul and I know this to be true. To God alone be the glory! Ginger Warren
  13. I am praying powerfully for you and yours, especially for this son. My husband and I went through a season with our oldest and I know full well the power of prayer. God is faithful to do more than we can imagine! (((((((HUGS)))))))))))
  14. ((((((gramma Lois)))))) Thank you for sharing this video. It is so beautiful and so true! Only God knows every season
  15. Happy Birthday,SE! I have been missing your posts in Streams. May you be blessed today and always!
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