The Courage That Saved My Son From Death

The Courage That Saved My Son From Death

I was pregnant with my third child and for some reason I knew I was carrying a male child. I already had a son and a daughter and was not particular about the sex of my unborn child, I however had this knowing that I was carrying our second son. My forefather had moved into this land and to join his son whom he had always thought had been devoured by a wild animal. This his son was alive and …

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How I Changed My Mind About My Mother

How I Changed My Mind About My Mother

My Mother My mother is a retired teacher, a strict disciplinarian and a no nonsense woman. She will not tolerate disrespect in whatever shape or form, not from her younger children to the older ones, and certainly not from any of her children to her. She had canes for all six of us, according to our ages, and she never hesitated to use it to keep us in line, I guess that was the style she knew. She would not …

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Why Your Parent(s) Might Be Interfering In Your Relationships

Why Your Parent(s) Might Be Interfering In Your Relationships

My husband was the first man I ever brought home to meet my family. I dared not bring any of those other men home, I would have received some good talking to and beating, I was the baby of the house and age didn’t change that, if I ‘asked’ for it, I would get it. The day I told my mother I was bringing my would-be-husband to meet her, she was so excited! The following day or week, I cannot …

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Why Parenting Is A Blessing

Why Parenting Is A Blessing

7 Amazing Opportunities In Parenting I have been a parent for only a short while and I must say it is one of the most challenging roles to play, it is  hectic, yet thrilling, enjoyable and satisfying. Being a wife is a lot of work, marriage is a lot of work, but parenting, if it must be done correctly will test your last nerve. Your love, faith and patience are put to the test. By April 5, only about a …

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My Bad Example To My Son.

My Bad Example To My Son.

Something really funny happened some days ago, and it reminded me of how everything we do affects and shapes our children. We had finished evening service and as I was meeting and greeting some brethren, a sister said she needed to see me. I wrapped up with the people I was talking with and quickly went to see her, at this time my husband and our boys had gone out of the church. I didn’t realize that the discussion would …

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