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Family Trends in culture

Stay at Home Mothers Trend on the Rise, Baffles Researchers

Tuesday April 8th 2014, the Washington Post reported, “A newly released Pew Research Study examined the demographic and economic factors driving the rise in stay-at-home moms; a phenomenon that sociologists are still attempting to understand.” After decades of decline, the amount of mothers who are choosing to stay at home with their children has been … Continue reading »

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Father’s Day 2013: A Godly Man

What does it mean to be living with a Godly man? This weekend as I was reflecting on the example my own husband has set for our family I realized the overwhelming blessing I’ve received from his faithfulness to the Lord. Because my husband walks with Jesus, we receive many benefits and the best part … Continue reading »

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FREE COPY OF BIRTHING GOD’S MIGHTY WARRIORS

FREE COPY OF BIRTHING GODS MIGHTY WARRIORS!! Continue reading »

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40 years of abortion, “How long oh Lord will we continue to kill our children?”

   Over half a million pro-life people are marching today in    Washington D.C. to mark the 40th year anniversary of the taking of human life in the womb. Fifty five million children have died so far, how long can we continue this great sin before the Lord?          Forty years marks … Continue reading »

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Rachel Scott on the solution to Working Moms vs. Stay-at-home Moms

I get so tired of the working mom vs. stay-at-home mom war that seems to emerge several times in every decade. It just reared its ugly head several months back when a comment was made in the media about Presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s wife staying home to raise their five boys. This comment from a … Continue reading »

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STAY-AT-HOME-MOMS LIVE IN THE TRENCHES OF THE ECONOMY!

Stay-at-home-moms live in the trenches of the economy! Continue reading »

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Joy Behar Show

(Part 1) (Part 2)    

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20 Children for Michelle Duggar! “How selfish!!”

20 Children for Michelle Duggar! Continue reading »

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Children make up less than 24% of our US population

WASHINGTON — “Children now make up less of America’s population than ever before!” It is now confirmed by our latest 2010 census numbers that during the last forty years we did not reproduce enough children. In the near future our shrinking workforce will not be able to support our nation’s entitlement programs which will place … Continue reading »

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International Women’s Day: MOTHERHOOD is our greatest contribution!

On this day as women around the globe celebrate the achievements of women and their on-going struggle to gain notoriety, let us never forget motherhood. By far our greatest contribution and achievement is the willful sacrifices we make to bring new human beings to earth. This act of love is nearly exclusively taken for granted … Continue reading »

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