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The greatest gift you will ever receive: Grace upon Grace

In all transparency, I really struggle this time of year. I want to make my kids Christmas special; I want to stay on budget, I want to get the best deals, and I want to focus on...

author: Deborah Ryan

Healthy Living Community

What's tart, a little sweet and the holiday's favorite berry?

Cranberries may have made an appearance on your Thanksgiving table this year. Maybe as cranberry sauce to accompany your turkey or even added to your stuffing. But “cranberry...

author: Deborah Ryan

Christian Living Christian Resources

Rethinking Longsuffering: The Gift in Patience

Longsuffering. I always thought that meant a long period of suffering with the focus on the suffering. I am currently in a trial that has lasted so much longer than I could have...

author: Deborah Ryan

Christian Living Healthy Living

Finding the connection between health and faith

Wondering how God can be glorified when it’s all about you?

author: Deborah Ryan

Christian Living

True Friends: the Importance of Your Inner Circle

Friendships are so special that a holiday was created to celebrate them. Galentine’s Day is celebrated on February 13th each year to honor female friendships. This holiday started...

author: Deborah Ryan

Christian Living Families Singles

Weathering the Storm of Grief During the Holidays

If we are honest, it has been a painfully challenging year. For some of us, our lives will be forever changed because of losses we have experienced. Medi-Share’s Spiritual...

author: Deborah Ryan

Christian Living Families

10 Practical Principles for Raising a Boy to Be a Godly Man

As seen in Charisma: Children are a true blessing from God, even on the days we may not feel like it. It is both an honor and a tremendous responsibility to raise a child up in...

author: Deborah Ryan

Healthy Living Families Singles

5 Delicious Junk Food Alternatives for Healthy Living

When life gets busy or stressful it is so easy to fall into the convenience and comfort of junk food even though we know it’s bad for us.

author: Deborah Ryan