Traditions

By Barbara Rainey | April 15, 2019 | 1 Comment

Beautiful repetitions bind us together ‘we always bake these cookies, celebrate this way’ give life and meaning raise us above our more ordinary days. Other patterns, attitudes like recipes handed down from generation to generation bind and blind. Family histories of oppression, abuse, mediocrity tragic, not new so too church families, God’s called ones set […]

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How to Celebrate Passover With 5 Easy Ideas

By Barbara Rainey | April 8, 2019 | 5 Comments

When is your Passover party? Wait. You haven’t planned it yet… ??? You might think that celebrating Passover is only appropriate in the Jewish tradition, but this holiday is the foundation upon which Easter stands. They are inextricably tied together. Passover is the first feast God commanded His children to celebrate. This meal both celebrates […]

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Do We Give Our Husband Our Best Self?

By Angela Mills | April 4, 2019 | 8 Comments

  I’m excited to share this post because Angela writes about a struggle every wife deals with: being nicer to others than to our husbands. Have you done that too? Even though she’s written an entire book on this topic doesn’t mean she’s free from struggle with keeping a good attitude toward her guy. I […]

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How To Have A Meaningful Palm Sunday

By Barbara Rainey | April 1, 2019 | 0 Comments

Are you noticing Jesus more each day as we collectively move nearer to Easter?  If you are like me life is entirely too busy and fast-paced. So as I ask myself I ask you too, “how might you simplify and slow down so you can ponder the Lamb of God?” Palm Sunday will be here in […]

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Why Easter Matters to Marriage

By Barbara Rainey | March 25, 2019 | 30 Comments

One of my great faults, which shows up regularly in our marriage, is my first-born perfectionism turned on my husband as ‘helping’. Sometimes it happens when he’s telling a story and doesn’t get the details right as I remember them and I correct him. (btw, I do work hard not to correct publicly.) Other times […]

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