Arise Blog

Articles by Kim Heinecke

  • A New Twist on a Common Tradition

    Holidays are rich with family traditions, but they don’t have to be routine and boring. Give some extra consideration to the traditions in your family and think creatively as to how you can spice them up this year to strengthen the ties that bind you together.

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  • Waiting on God's Timing

    Can you imagine what would have happened if Noah had given up and left the safety of the ark? His patient endurance allowed God to finish what He began. Is there something you are waiting for? Are you growing impatient or holding steady?

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  • Position Matters

    There are certain privileges we enjoy because of our position in life. Then why is it that we fail to be mindful of our position in Christ when trials and temptations come our way? How often do we let that slip from our consciousness and proceed through life as a victim or prey for the enemy to devour?

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  • Exhausted From Sorrow

    There are seasons of life in which our hearts can’t take another blow. Have you ever experienced that kind of exhausting sorrow? In these times it is so important to look to Jesus. He is gently and compassionately encouraging us to press on.

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  • New Beginnings

    How can you help your kids navigate the uncertainty of a new season and leverage every step of the way to point them to the heart of God? Here are a few practical thoughts you can implement this week.

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  • The Single Mother on Father’s Day

    Father's Day can bring a mixed bag of sentiments for women. For the mom who's been abandoned, it can stir up feelings of bitterness and frustration. Widows may wrestle sadness over the happy times their children have lost, and resentment can creep into the heart of an unwed mom who never walked the aisle.

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  • A Mothers Bible

    My mother’s Bible is at the top of my “wish list” when she leaves this world for eternity. The pages are worn and some are ripped. It’s been recovered in an effort to extend its life but even the new leather is now desperate for repair.

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  • Mother’s Day Boot Camp

    Mother’s Day Boot Camp began many years ago. My sons were very small, and instead of moping around feeling sorry for myself that no husband was around to take them shopping or demand they leave me alone for an uninterrupted nap, I elected to teach them how to honor me (and other important women in their lives) on Mother’s Day.

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  • Giving Kids An Allowance

    It's all a balancing act when it comes to parenting. But when opportunities arise that set your child up for success, we should jump on them. Let's talk about 3 simple, but practical ways to teach kids about money. Keep the perspective that you are training them to be wise with their finances when they leave home. They’ll thank you for it later.

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