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“And when I run I feel His pleasure.”

|By Katie Bennett| Live Fully, Simple Life, Thoughts From Katie

When I run I feel his pleasure

I was recently reminded of this thought provoking statement from the 1980’s movie Chariots of Fire, a story based on two players in the 1924 Olympics. In the movie, Eric Liddell trains to be a competitive runner, much to the dismay of his devoutly Christian sister who believes his time would be better spent doing […] Read more…

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Using Accent Walls to Create a High-Impact Yet Simple Decor

|By Katie Bennett| Design/Décor, Simple Home, Thoughts From Katie

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The Ideal of Simple Decor In my quest for an easy-to-maintain, uncluttered home, I have carefully reconsidered my home decorating. Instead of crowded walls and table tops, I opted for a clean and open look. I think of it as “simple decor.” This required me to do some redecorating (or more like decorating for the […] Read more…

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Don’t Underestimate Your Child’s Capabilities

|By Jan Bennett| Intentional Parenting, Keep it Simple, Thoughts From Jan

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By Jan Bennett, a contributing writer. Don’t underestimate your children. They are more capable than you think. When I had my first child, he started crawling and getting into my kitchen cabinets. I remember telling my mom “I don’t know how to keep him out of the cabinets.” (This was long before all those snazzy […] Read more…

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90 Date Night Questions for Christian Married Couples: Liven Things Up

|By Katie Bennett| Date Night Activities/Exercises, Intentional Marriage, Thoughts From Katie

Date Night Questions for Christian Married Couples

  After years of marriage, you and your spouse know each other so well that it’s easy to get comfortable and forget there is still so much more to learn about one another. It can become difficult to continue improving and deepening your relationship. The mundane, “how was your day?”  is important, but it does not […] Read more…

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