Monthly Archives: March 2013

A simple lesson on the resurrection:

In honor of Easter weekend, I thought I’d provide a short lesson on the resurrection. I hope this can be of use to youth ministries, family counselors, family devotionals and family home evenings. Objects needed for lesson: a bowl, an … Continue reading

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Easter

With the tv series the Bible as a great reminder, I just wanted to state how much I appreciate the plan of salvation. I wanted to thank God the Father for his blessings and his son, Jesus Christ for the … Continue reading

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Spelling Miserable:

For this spelling I think of the musical, les Miserables, that contains Mayhem, Injury and Sorrow and the citizens of France not being ABLE to do anything about it. MISer ABLE Do you have any tricks on remembering this word?

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Dialog Tags and Speech Patterns:

This information is from a panel I listened to a year or so ago. I took notes while attending a wonderful SF/F symposium called Life The Universe and Everything. The panels are very educational. The panelists were: Micha3elbrent Collings, David … Continue reading

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The difference between apples: By guest blogger Leilani Speck

Have you ever gone to the grocery store and seeing a humongous selection of apples and try to decide which one to buy? I know very little about the difference between apples; but, I have a friend, Leilani Speck, who’s done … Continue reading

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Teaching perspective through humor:

I hope this lesson will be useful for youth ministries, family devotionals, family counselors, parents, grandparents and family home evenings. Today’s theme is on perspective, and what better children teach perspective than following joke: What did the cobbler say when … Continue reading

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A Little humor:

Who is in the mood for humor? Here are some links: http://www.oocities.org/pezheadpaul/jokes/index.html http://www.shoptcs.com/cjp/cjp_index.htm http://www.ajokeaday.com/ http://www.cleanjoke.com/ http://theoatmeal.com/djtaf/ http://jokes.christiansunite.com/ http://www.jokes4us.com/miscellaneousjokes/cleanjokes.html A website admin. contacted me and asked that add their website to the list: So here is another one: http://www.juicyquotes.com/funny-jokes/ Do you have … Continue reading

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Spelling Banquet

Enforce a BAN so that you you can QUit EaTing

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Broadening our abilities in speech:

Last week, and tonight I attended a Toastmasters meeting. I’ve been interested in this organization for some time, and am finally joining. I realize that as a storyteller. I need to improve my presentation skills, and it is my hope … Continue reading

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Fail-proof Bread: by guest blogger Rebecca Belnap

My grandmother makes the best rolls I’ve ever tasted and I learned to make bread from her. I had tried to use her recipe but never got the good results that she did. It wasn’t until I moved in with her during … Continue reading

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