Category Archives: Values

A Powerful Statement…

Even if you have already seen this floating around Facebook and on other social media, it is worth another watch. This video is a powerful reminder of how our culture judges people based on their sex.  I will let the … Continue reading

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What’s Good for the Goose…

A friend shared the following article by Emma Gray (via The Huffington Post) titled 23 Things Every Woman Should Stop Doing with me. She loved the article, as do I. Her most interesting comment was that she thought this advice applied to … Continue reading

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What Really Matters…

It is easy to want to change. Especially when our behavior hurts someone important to us. After we hurt someone we may apologize. Sincerely apologize and vow to change, to never do it again. But how many times have you … Continue reading

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