September, 2010

Seeds to sow and grace for the sowing

September 30, 2010 Rhonda Schrock basketfishincreaseloavesplantingprovisionseedssowing

This is a post that was written on July 23, 2008.  I love this message.  It’s all still true.  It’s all still available. Yesterday morning, as I was beginning to feel human again, I was sitting outside with my first cup of coffee, and these are the verses the Lord gave me to chew on. […]

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Seeds to sow and grace for the sowing

September 30, 2010 Rhonda Schrock basketfishincreaseloavesplantingprovisionseedssowing

This is a post that was written on July 23, 2008.  I love this message.  It’s all still true.  It’s all still available. Yesterday morning, as I was beginning to feel human again, I was sitting outside with my first cup of coffee, and these are the verses the Lord gave me to chew on. […]

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Ten things I want my sons to know

September 28, 2010 Rhonda Schrock 09/27/10 Goshen News column

Note:  This column appeared in the 09/27/10 edition of The Goshen News.  Releasing a fledgling from the nest is a time for introspection. It’s a strange crossroads, watching a child transition into adulthood. Before you lies their future. Behind you are the 18 or 20 short years that you had to prepare them for it. […]

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Ten things I want my sons to know

September 28, 2010 Rhonda Schrock 09/27/10 Goshen News column

Note:  This column appeared in the 09/27/10 edition of The Goshen News.  Releasing a fledgling from the nest is a time for introspection. It’s a strange crossroads, watching a child transition into adulthood. Before you lies their future. Behind you are the 18 or 20 short years that you had to prepare them for it. […]

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Divorce is never an option, but murder may be

September 27, 2010 Rhonda Schrock Army of Ermasmarriage

“Divorce?  Never!  Murder?  Maybe.”  So said Ruth Graham once upon a time, and The Lively One says, “Uh-huh.” That’s the topic of the day at the Army of Ermas where this author addresses the ups and downs of married life.  We may be frazzled, frustrated, and in a funk, but – thank God – we’re never […]

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Divorce is never an option, but murder may be

September 27, 2010 Rhonda Schrock Army of Ermasmarriage

“Divorce?  Never!  Murder?  Maybe.”  So said Ruth Graham once upon a time, and The Lively One says, “Uh-huh.” That’s the topic of the day at the Army of Ermas where this author addresses the ups and downs of married life.  We may be frazzled, frustrated, and in a funk, but – thank God – we’re never […]

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Dr. Seuss, meet the Psalmist

September 24, 2010 Rhonda Schrock Dr. Seussgreen eggs and hamshepherdTwenty-third Psalm

We’re working right now, Little and I, on memorizing the Twenty-Third Psalm.  The other day during quiet time outdoors, with his little lawn chair right next to mine, we began. “The Lord is my shepherd,” I said to him. “The Lord is my shepherd.”  He repeated it back. “I shall not want.” “I shall not […]

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Dr. Seuss, meet the Psalmist

September 24, 2010 Rhonda Schrock Dr. Seussgreen eggs and hamshepherdTwenty-third Psalm

We’re working right now, Little and I, on memorizing the Twenty-Third Psalm.  The other day during quiet time outdoors, with his little lawn chair right next to mine, we began. “The Lord is my shepherd,” I said to him. “The Lord is my shepherd.”  He repeated it back. “I shall not want.” “I shall not […]

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It happened on an ordinary day

September 23, 2010 Rhonda Schrock extraordinary momentskindred spiritsordinary dayssons

It began with a laugh. In the snack aisle, no less, at a local Target store. It was Saturday night, and my husband and I were out on a date, running errands sans kids (well, as much “sans kids” as one can get if the little people have your cell phone number). I was poking […]

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It happened on an ordinary day

September 23, 2010 Rhonda Schrock extraordinary momentskindred spiritsordinary dayssons

It began with a laugh. In the snack aisle, no less, at a local Target store. It was Saturday night, and my husband and I were out on a date, running errands sans kids (well, as much “sans kids” as one can get if the little people have your cell phone number). I was poking […]

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