Tag: saints

Homeschooling: WT# am I doing this for?

Some people make Homeschool life look glamorous, effortless and full of bliss. I’m not one of them. It’s messy. Some days there’s a lot of yelling, tears, and silent “WT# am I doing this for?” moments in my head. (And it’s just the first week of our school year!) We surround ourselves with all that

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Hebrew Year 5780 (2020): A Year to Widen Your Mouth in Wisdom or Zip It Shut

If you are at all familiar with last year’s prophetic outlook post titled “A Look Ahead: 5779 (2019) The Year to See the Snake in the Grass” then you know well how much the Holy Spirit longs to prepare the Children of God for what is to come. Before you continue reading what to expect

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You might be a Judas if…

Holy Thursday, also known as Maundy Thursday, marks the remembrance of the Last Supper for many Christians around the world. Marking the first evening of the Holy Triduum, which culminates with Easter Sunday (or Resurrection Sunday as some refer to it), it is a night of much significance. The Institution of the Holy Eucharist as

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