Conntecting the Dots

Posts Tagged: Focus on the Family

The Miracle of Babies

Let us see your miracles again; let our children see your glory at work. (NLT) To say I’m distracted today is an understatement. I’m writing this from a hospital waiting room as my youngest daughter labors to bring her first child into the world. Things are progressing slowly…much too slowly for her (and our )… [ read more ]

The Lord Helps Us: A Basic but Life-Changing Truth

  Earlier this week I listened to an interview on Focus on the Family. The guest told of her husband suddenly becoming ill and passing away within 24 hours. She not only became a 31-year-old widow, but she also became a single mom with two preschool boys. She spoke about how God had prepared her… [ read more ]

Cell Phones and Bibles

What would happen if we treated our Bible like we treat our cellphone? Here’s a good read from Focus on the Family. Photo courtesy: FreeDigitalPhotos.net

Has Infidelity Struck Your Marriage?

If the stats are correct, then one in three men has had an extra-marital affair. One in four women have fallen into this trap, too. If infidelity has struck your marriage, then you might find this article series helpful as you seek to rebuild your relationship. On Monday I wrote that I’ll be changing my… [ read more ]

The Patient Traveler

Our kids learned to travel long distances from the time they were babies. Matthew flew halfway around the world twice by the time he was 20 months old; Stephanie made the trip from Nepal to the U.S. when she was only three days old. Kim was born in the States, so she didn’t accumulate frequent… [ read more ]

Journal Entry for April 1-2

I think the attitude with which I read the Bible is forever changed. Over two days, I’ve spent 16 hours participating in “The Truth Project,” produced by Focus on the Family. Our group watched 8 videos on which Del Tackett lectured about Biblical truth as applied to marriage, politics, economics, creation, and more. After each,… [ read more ]