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Flourishing Families
Blogger - Support and encouragement in the realities of parenthood and family life.
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Flourishing Families Apr 14
Don't compare yourself to anyone - just think about who you are in Christ. ❤
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Lisa O'Driscoll Apr 11
My kids are loving this fresh fruit popsicle (honestly, so am I)!
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Flourishing Families Apr 11
Put on the FULL armour of God, and draw closer to God's love and make a choice to keep our eyes FIXED on Jesus.
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Flourishing Families Apr 11
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Flourishing Families Apr 11
Open the book that will tell you all you need to know to live in the truth. Ask God to reveal himself to you – to make the bible come alive!
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Flourishing Families Apr 8
If you make Jesus your focus, God's beautiful love will define your womanhood, and never fade. via
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Flourishing Families Apr 8
When you live out of love for God instead of yourself, you are freed from the pressures of the… via
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Autistic kids become frustrated when they can’t understand or be understood ... via
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Perfect Peace When We Keep Our Minds On God! via
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Flourishing Families Mar 28
'Pray - keep your mind open, listen, and allow your heart to be opened to let him in.'
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Flourishing Families Apr 7
Replying to @JohnMasiulionis
Thanks for sharing!
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Christine Caine Apr 5
Success and failure have one thing in common. Both can be used by God for His purposes.
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