Knowing what to do with desire? Getting rid of something that we know is not good for us? Can we identify what is good? What do we do with something our body finds pleasure in? Teens appear to be faster and more open or totally opposite in trying new things than most of us who... Continue Reading →
What is it, where does it comes from, how do we hold on to it and who has access to it. This and many questions come up. Here are seven scriptures that help us place it in our hearts. Seek these answers for yourself by faith, diving deep into these verses and the chapters they... Continue Reading →
Linked to promises? I like many aim to be the best Dad/Parent I can be and at many times fall short. Without the Source I am nothing. Being who our Heavenly Father calls us to be, is being true to our promises. I am so inadequate independent of Him. Our children need so much that... Continue Reading →
Dads are all in on their family. Pushing past fear daily because it’s something Dads do. Staying in constant prayer with our Father in heaven daily. Keeping Him near for all assignments and request, with the goal of filtering all things through his words. Dads serve or have a goal with all our heart sometimes... Continue Reading →
Children carry our DNA and that’s not even the half of it. What they carry in essence are an essential part of what it means to be human! Kidstrive to honor their parents and serve their purpose by perpetual proliferation of the love they received multiplied.
Your body houses your future in it. Everything prepared in advance. So protect it and stay firm on your values. Even the ones others deem silly! Friendships are done in close quarters across long journeys. Be identified by your joy and fixed in your beliefs, humble in the presence of those truly in need but... Continue Reading →
Own It. Claim It. https://beautybeyondbones.com/2019/09/30/own-it-claim-it/ — Read on beautybeyondbones.com/2019/09/30/own-it-claim-it/ The power of helping another through story. Nothing is wasted.
Kids need to get perspective of what a mother or father looks like because some aspects of their identity are in one or both.