anna barton

The Darkest Day

If you’re anything like me, you believe the promise of salvation in the Scriptures and you are not afraid of death. One day we believers will be alive in Christ Jesus, forever. Amen. The Darkness Before The Dawn The darkest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere is December 21. The day of the […]

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A Page-A-Day Advent Book

If you’re anything like me, you love a sweet surprise. What a surprise the Advent Bag was! Twenty-five tiny little gifts in a bag were really object lessons for the Bible readings tucked inside. Kids and their families got to unwrap the season with a reason, one day at a time. This book is based […]

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As Is Our Custom…

If you’re anything like me, your traditions and family customs were woven into the fabric of your life – whether they were handed down by the generations, stumbled upon by sheer serendipity, or simply found by the grace of God. Our family shares a LOT of traditions with Christians all over the world. Some, however, […]

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Why I Decided To School My Son At Home

If you’re anything like me, you have considered homeschooling. You’ve got to start somewhere, and we started at home. My son, Simon, was spelling words like face, lace, pace, and race for me while we were out and about. Not exactly homeschool, but not exactly not. He was two. Halfway through grocery shopping once, Simon […]

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