24. August 2014

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What you do before marriage has everything to do with having a happy marriage

Teach this to your children so they can have the best chance at a happy marriage.

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28. July 2014

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Our Experience Adopting a Special Needs Child

We didn’t know Carol was a special needs child when we adopted her. All we knew was that she should be our child. This article explains the beginning of our journey with her.

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28. July 2014

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25 Reasons Why I KNow My Hubby Loves Me

We’ve been married over 50 years, and I wouldn’t trade this man for the world. Want to know why? Click here.

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28. July 2014

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So What? Now What? Overcoming any Adversity

This article may help give insights on what to do when have to deal with difficult challenges in life.

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22. April 2014

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Marriage and the Garden of Eden: Dress It and Keep It

To read this article about creating a happy marriage, and seeing a personal glimpse into our own journey click here.

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4. February 2014

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Best-ever Whole Wheat Bread

We have been searching for the best possible whole wheat bread recipe. After trying a few, this is our favorite. (Thank you, Tiffany!) It’s healthy and delicious, and even light. A house filled with the aroma of fresh baked bread is a house filled with love. Spoil your family with this treat. If you have [...]

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9. December 2013

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Lighten Up Your Marriage with an Overnighter

Enjoying an overnight stay at a hotel can do wonders for your relationship. Marriage needs a break from everyday responsibilities in order to flourish. This is one simple way to make that happen. The pressures of family life can be heavy at times. Earning a living, caring for the kids, keeping the house up, cooking meals [...]

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9. December 2013

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It’s Never Too Late for a Great Date Night

It’s Never Too Late for a Great Date Night

Having regular date nights with your spouse can keep you safely in each other’s arms and put the stamp of “forever” on your marriage. To help your marriage grow stronger and be filled with more enjoyment, couples need to have a regular date night. By regular, we don’t mean once a year, not even just once [...]

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5. December 2011

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Cherry Cheesecake

Take a few minutes to make this easy dessert for your family.  They’ll enjoy  it and the loving feeling it brings into your home. . Ingredients 1 (9 inch) prepared graham cracker crust 1 (8 ounce) package cream cheese, softened 1 (14 ounce) can sweetened condensed milk 1/3 cup lemon juice 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 (21 ounce) can cherry pie filling Pie Crust Ingredients 1 [...]

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28. November 2011

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Loving the Husband More Than the Kids is Key to Good Life

By The_Stir | Parenting – Fri, Nov 25, 2011 http://shine.yahoo.com/parenting/loving-husband-more-kids-key-good-life-181900983.html   I remember asking my mom when I was little who she loved best between me and my dad. “It’s a different kind of love,” she told me then. But the kisses she and my dad shared in the toy aisle, their constant holding hands, and their long vacations [...]

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17. May 2011

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Divorce harder on children than a parent’s death

By Andrea Whatcott, Deseret News The end of a marriage, for whatever reason, has a devastating effect on families. Not only do husbands and wives have to navigate their way through changes in finances, living situations and emotional stress, but those couples divorcing with children must take the well-being of their little [...]

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11. April 2011

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Teen sex: on the decline nationally

By Sara Lenz, Deseret News KANSAS CITY — It’s a Friday evening in Kansas City, and inside a crowded auditorium full of about 22,000 teenagers, a man named Jason Evert is walking back and forth across a blue-lit stage. Evert is in his mid-30s, but he has the youthful, energetic manner of a college student. [...]

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17. March 2011

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Insights on Being an In-law

By Daryl Hoole, Meridian Magazine, March 14, 2011 . An American family on special assignment lived in a small village in Chile, high in the mountains. A native woman brought them fruit and vegetables and fresh eggs each week. They didn’t speak her language, but they were able to communicate enough to understand each other [...]

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10. March 2011

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The Magic of a Smile

by Joy Saunders Lundberg When I was about twelve years old my Aunt Fern took me aside and gave me a tip about life that I have never forgotten. Usually aunts don’t take you aside and tell you to do something you’re already doing.  I must have been going around with a grumpy countenance to provoke [...]

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