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Author: Dana

Resting on God – a Puritan Meditation

  |   American History, Books!, British History, Christian Parenting, Encouragement, Lesson Plan, Personal Growth   |   No comment

[caption id="attachment_4286" align="aligncenter" width="395"] Portrait of Cotton Mather, a Puritan Minister from New England, by Peter PelhamThis portrait is in the public domain in the U.S.[/caption] When you think of the Puritans, what comes to mind?  For many of us it  goes something like this: the...

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New Year’s Resolutions vs. SMART Goal-setting

  |   Character Development, Christian Parenting, Encouragement, Parenting/Homeschooling in General, Personal Growth, Teaching - all grades, Time Mangagement, Uncategorized   |   2 Comments

   New Year's Resolutions. There was a time every January 1st when I thoughtfully crafted a list of resolutions for the New Year.  However, since I am a dyed-in-the-wool control freak goal setter, I scrapped annual New Year's Resolutions awhile back in favor of setting goals. Setting SMART goals. Including...

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