Why Freedom Is Precious

By Barbara Rainey | May 25, 2020 | 1 Comment

  Today is Memorial Day. The calendar calls us to remember those who ignored fear to serve in the military to preserve our freedoms. Today it feels more real medically instead of militarily. We have two close family friends whose children volunteered to work in the Covid units in their cities. We prayed for them […]

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Our E-Catalog is Here!

By Barbara Rainey | October 25, 2018 | 1 Comment

Our 2018 Fall & Winter E-catalog is here and we invite you to settle in, pour yourself a cup of coffee or tea and take a peek at what we’ve created! We like to think it’s more than a catalog as we’ve added some ideas for new traditions and a lot of gift ideas, too! […]

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When Your Home Doesn’t Look Like What You Want

By Barbara Rainey | October 11, 2018 | 8 Comments

Do you know there are children who have lived all their lives in gutters, in sewer pipes, or other unimaginable places? Children who sleep on cardboard, who sniff glue to numb their pain, who never cry, who fear anyone who tries to help because they have learned to trust no one? A doctor who has […]

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Take Time to Decorate

By Tracy Lane | March 7, 2018 | 4 Comments

Sprucing up our porches and entryways with the arrival of each new season is refreshing. It breathes hope into our homes. But that bright spring wreath isn’t just to add a nice homey touch to our front doors; our home decor should also bring hope into our souls. It’s our responsibility as believers to decorate […]

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5 Ways to Display Your Adorenaments Year-Round

By Barbara Rainey | December 29, 2017 | 5 Comments

Did you pack away Christmas yet? While carefully wrapping ornaments to hide back in tattered boxes, I realized that I am guilty of thinking the sweet Babe in the manger can only be celebrated during the short Christmas season. What about you? But as a friend said, “He is the reason for every season, not […]

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