Robert & Kay Camenisch encouraging and equipping relationships

Everyone Can Celebrate Valentine’s Day

Happy Valentine’s—to all who feel a little left out on Valentine’s Day as well as all who have a sweetheart to share your heart with. It’s good for couples to be reminded to be sweet, kind, and loving to each other. After all, in most marriages, the honeymoon wears off entirely too quickly, such that niceties…

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Finding Peace in the Midst of Conflict

Are you as tired of discord and a combative attitude as I am? I’m weary of exaggerations, name-calling, and lies to put others down and gain advantage. I hoped after the election we would find a measure of peace, it hasn’t happened. In fact, it seems more discordant because our very system of government is being challenged…

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Demanding to Be Heard

The Women’s March on Washington made quite a statement, but the message was unclear. Marching voices declared mixed causes as their motivation. Some were anit-Trump, some for women’s reproductive rights (pro-abortion), and some for equal pay, among others. (Pro-life groups were not allowed to co-sponsor the event, so it seems the pushers of the march…

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Why Should I Be Diligent?

Through our kitchen remodel confusion, I’m learning more about life and our growth in the Lord. I now realize that diligence isn’t applied disorder spreads. It’s contagious. Half of our house is chaos, with kitchen countertops gone, step ladders in the middle of the floor, varying tools scattered around, a sink leaning against the wall, broom and dustpan…

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For a Better Tomorrow

The New Year offers a chance for a new beginning. It is anticipated with a sense of holiday and celebration, of resolutions, commitments, and an opportunity for change. Even if we don’t celebrate by staying up to ring in the year or make resolutions, changing the calendar from one year to another brings a sense…

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