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Articles by Pam Kanaly

  • Wise Dating Decisions

    Are you wanting to start dating again? Read along as Pam Kanaly shares three questions to ask yourself before you start dating. She also shares a few things that will help lead to a successful second marriage, if that is your goal.

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  • 15 Questions to Consider for a Jesus-Filled New Year

    The beginning of a new year is a great time to “consider our ways” and move toward significant positive changes for the best. Here are a few questions worth considering to keep you on that path. Post them somewhere so you can see them and make this a year of great spiritual growth!

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  • More Than A Baby In A Manger

    One of the favorite Christmas truths is a verse that spells out four of God’s greatest attributes. You’ve heard these words for years, but stop. Be still. Let them wash over you.

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  • Remembering the Symbols of Christmas

    Knowing the stories behind the familiar images we associate with Christmas makes the holiday season come alive. Read over the symbols and descriptions, share them with your kids and look for ways to tie them into Christmas traditions at your house.

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  • Feeling Unsettled?

    So where do we turn when the gusts of unsettledness come our way? And how can we hush its force when we find ourselves waking up at 3 a.m. and can’t go back to sleep? God's word has time-tested helps for us to fight off the enemy.

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  • 3 Reasons To Be Grateful When You Don't Feel Like It

    Many might think that being a thankful person is noteworthy, but it’s not that big of a deal. Or is it? The journey to becoming a person filled with gratitude is hard work, but worth it. The benefits of a grateful heart remain endless.

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  • The Shabby Lawn Furniture at My Thanksgiving Table

    What does your Thanksgiving Day look like? Are your circumstances sitting in scruffy lawn furniture or mahogany wing-backed chairs? Whatever the case, this day has a unique purpose, one that is not useless, but rather useful in God’s economy and timing. Therefore, we can enter into the Thanksgiving season with a grateful heart.

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  • Cost Cutting Ideas for Christmas

    As single moms, we don’t have to fall into the false belief that more is better. Actually less is more. It fosters simplicity and that fosters a grateful spirit.

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  • When Will I See God's Faithfulness

    It's so easy to become discouraged when we don’t see God’s provision in our petitions. We ask ourselves, how long must we wait until we see the faithfulness of God come through on our behalf? Keep seeking, keep asking, and know that sometimes we don’t see the hand of God that moved over our requests until years later.

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  • The Best Pay-It-Forward Story Ever

    There’s probably not a single one of us who doesn’t have warm fuzzies when we hear a heartwarming “Pay It Forward” story. This one will make you smile, and hopefully inspire you to pay-it-forward too.

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