Christian Behavoir

Real Eyes Realize Real Lies: The Lie About Lying

“Is that a new handbag?” my husband asks. image005

“Not really, I’ve had it a while,” I answer as I remember it had been in my closet a few weeks before I used it.

“You’ve got the tickets, mom’s watching the kids, and we’re riding with the Days for Saturday’s ballgame so we’re all set.”

Gulp! I think as I run to the computer to buy tickets. Continue reading

New Book Giveaway: Healing Hearts with Helping Hands

We all know someone who has hurt because of the loss of a loved one. Did you know what to say? What to do?

 We can never cure them of their grief but there is much we can do to help them through. This book will empower you and show you how to help lessen their pain. Here is the specific help you need to give of yourself while they grieve:

  • What to say
  • What not to say
  • The words to use in a card
  • What meals to bring
  • What meals not to bring
  • How to act
  • How not to act
  • When to do it!

From simply sending a card to arranging for all of their meals – by sharing their pain and showing you care with your actions, you can make a difference!

Don’t wait until you know someone who needs your hands to help heal their hurt. Read this today and you will find, that helping someone else through the valley of the shadow of death, you yourself are blessed.

If this sounds like a book you need, you can purchase it here for only $5.97

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Creating Contentment Online Seminar

Can you honestly say that you are content and you don’t even have to work on it? Continue reading

What to Do When You See Sin

One Sunday at a church we attended years ago, we brought in some young men to share a barbershop quartet concert. They were trying to raise money to record a CD and we wanted to help.

The pastor announced that there was a freewill offering and that all the money would go to this quartet of brothers. Since we knew how much money we had put in and the amount my mom had, that night when the quartet told us how much closer they were to their goal, we knew something was wrong because the numbers did not add up.

Randy, my husband, called our friend, who was one of the men who counted the money that night. Our friend told us how much money had been taken in the freewill offering. When Randy told our friend how much money had been given to the young men, they were both concerned. Continue reading

Putting More Christ in Christmas Part 1

Replace worldly activities with ones that include spiritual meaning by instituting family traditions and practices that preserve a mood of sacredness, wonder, gratitude, and promise, and that engage our children in worship or service.

We may need to break free of–or a least minimize as much as possible–the world’s secularization of what should be a holy holiday. Here are some ideas to help you make this year, and every year, a merry CHRISTmas.

  • Make Him a Part of Every Day. Sunday morning Christians have no fruit because they have no real heart change. “Either make the tree good and its fruit good, or make the tree bad and its fruit bad; for the tree is known by its fruit,” Matthew 12:33 Continue reading