Tag: family

Halloween Shabbat and the #1 Reason Catholics, Jews and Christians Should Celebrate

Without fail, every October the battle over Halloween ensues, turning seemingly well-mannered Christian and Jewish families on edge and sending the Church into a frenzy of moral and ethical debates over Christian and pagan traditions. What must the God-fearing righteous family do to see these devils put to rest, once and for all? Answer: Throw

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Death Becomes Her (Chapter One)

I’m never going to be skinny enough. I’m never going to be tall enough, beautiful enough, smart enough, making enough, funny enough, you name it – enough. I am His. It’s the only thing that will ever be enough. Six years ago, I heard the Lord tell me my husband was dying. At the time,

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The Bathing Beauty: Bathsheba

Behold, you desire truth in the inward being; therefore teach me wisdom in my secret heart. – Psalms 51:6 Among the genealogies of Jesus is a reference to one of five women who had a remarkable impact on the Messiah’s coming. One such woman is never recognized by her own name, referred to always as

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Are You a Holiday “Master” or “Disaster”

This time of year more than any other, I usually find myself in a bit of a cosmic slur, How about you? Between gift lists and groceries and holiday cards and seasons greetings and concerts and secret Santa’s, it’s easy to get lost in the shuffle and allow our minds to whir in the ordering

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