Surprising Facts about What Colonists Drank

Surprising Facts about What Colonists Drank

Listen here Stay Hydrated The weather outside is very, very hot and we need to drink more to make sure that we stay hydrated. They Drank Water? Have you ever given any thought to what colonists drank. Well, the water in the cities was not safe to drink because people poured their sewer into the [...]

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Hosting with a Heart

Hosting with a Heart

  Listen here Cynthia: Hospitality can have an incredible impact on people. You can bond with people, create intense friends, and sharpen your relationship with the Lord as you spend time with other godly people. The Story of Katrina von Bora: A good example of this is Katrina van Bora. She was, of course, Katie [...]

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Decisions, Decisions? 

Decisions, Decisions? 

Betty Carlson couldn’t decide what she wanted in life. She bicycled around Europe after World War II, attempting to find herself. As she traveled, she jumped from one obsession to the next. Finally, a friend invited her to the home of Francis and Edith Schaeffer. They had opened a ministry in their home called L’abri [...]

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Welcoming June 2024

Welcoming June 2024

Dear Father, as we transition into summer, we praise you for the infinite wisdom you demonstrate in the design of our world. How wonderful are your deeds! Please, keep our hearts close to yours as we vacation with our families, and grant us the rest we need to continue to serve you. May we find [...]

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Cool Communication Strategies: Engaging with Fans

Cool Communication Strategies: Engaging with Fans

Listen here Summer has arrived, and we’ll be using our fans to stay cool outside. Engaging with Fans: Did you know that wealthy women communicated with their fans? Close your fan and touch your right cheek to say yes. No is touching the left cheek. Of course that might create confusion. The man watching has [...]

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Echoing Footsteps: A Soldier Lost

Echoing Footsteps: A Soldier Lost

Listen  On Memorial Day, we remember those who lost their lives defending our country. And today I want to remember Army Nurse Captain Jennifer Moreno. Her Life: She was remembered for her beautiful smile.  She was in Afghanistan and was deployed with a special ops team. They encountered a suicide bomber.  One of the men [...]

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The Pancake Connection: Mixing Faith and Food

The Pancake Connection: Mixing Faith and Food

Listen here: Cynthia: Today we're going to talk about a grandmother who had an incredible impact on someone's life.  I have with me Carol Lethem, who is also an author. She reaches out to caregivers. Welcome, Carol. Carole: Thank you, Cynthia. I'm so happy to be here. I'm excited to tell you about my grandmother. [...]

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On Mission?

On Mission?

Jacqueline Kennedy adored her children. While she served as First Lady, she designed a secret play area for her preschoolers, Caroline and John. She picked a spot just outside her husband’s west wing office. The playground included a tree house, swings, a slide, and pens for various animals. Kennedy could glance outside to observe his [...]

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Welcoming May 2024

Dear Father, we lift our hands to you as we enter this new month. Help us embrace those who graduate and move on to another stage of life. We pray for those parents who watch a beloved child leave the nest. Bless us as we remember our mothers and grandmothers and assist us as we [...]

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Bloom in Your Winter Season

Bloom in Your Winter Season

  In this episode of Heart of the Matter Radio/Podcast, Author Deborah Malone discusses who to Bloom in Your Winter Season. Listen here Cynthia: Queen Elizabeth II was a believer. And when she was a young girl, she promised the nation that she would work for them and be a faithful queen her entire life. [...]

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