by Cynthia L Simmons | Feb 16, 2023 | Podcast
How do you love a toddler when he defies you? When a toddler throws a temper tantrum, what should you do? How do you love a school age child when he or she doesn’t cooperate? When a teen rolls his eyes, what is the loving thing to do?
Sharon Elliott answered all those questions. She is the author of Sharon also discussed how to support and celebrate your child.
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by Cynthia L Simmons | Feb 3, 2023 | Podcast
Since Valentine’s Day comes this month, all our posts will be on love. Today’s post is about loving your husband.
Certainly romantic love and marriage should go together, but a husband and wife can drift apart. That’s what happened to my guest this week. Author Kathy Collard Miller had wrong ideas about men and marriage and ended up hating her husband. However, she the Lord gave her insights, and she turned her marriage around. Now she is delighted to share her insight to help others.
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by Cynthia L Simmons | Feb 10, 2022 | Podcast
God intended married people to love each other, so the most romantic people in the world should be married couples. However, it’s easy to let the daily hum drum wear down your relationship. Author Pam Farrell offered lots of fun and creative ways to spice up Valentine’s Day and every day! Try some of them and WOW your man.
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by Cynthia L Simmons | Feb 3, 2022 | Podcast
Love. People associate that word with flowers, puffy red hearts, and candy, and right now you see those everywhere. However, the world’s definition of love doesn’t work well in real life. I watched a romance movie recently where both the man and women said the other person made them feel good. To them that meant love: a tick on a dog relationship.
Author Lee Ann Mancini was my guest this week. She explained how Biblical love differs from the worldly concept. Plus she offered ideas on how to teach your kids about love.