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Meridith Foster

How to survive on a $400 monthly grocery budget

You gotta eat. And groceries can be one of the biggest items in your family’s budget.  Crystal Paine, the Money Saving Mom, says it’s possible to drastically cut your grocery bill.  Read her tips to help you save big on your family’s monthly grocery budget.   How to survive on  a$400 monthly grocery budget…

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How to save $1,000 fast- Dave Ramsey

Dave Ramsey says Baby Step 1 in a total money makeover, is to save $1,000 for an emergency fund.  The challenge is to save that money as fast as you can.  But how?  Graduates of Daves’ Financial Peace University shared some surprising ways they were able to save money fast. How to save $1,000 in one month…

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Question of the day conversation starter with kids

It happens. It’s the end of the day when you are spent and ready for bed, and that’s when your kids are ready to talk- REALLY talk. Ever found yourself in that position? Sometimes, you’re so spent that you can’t even think clearly enough to ask the questions to open up your kiddos hearts.  Now there’s an app for that. Dr. Kathy Koch-…

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3 ways to connect with God

Life is busy and there are a ton of things competing for your attention. You get worn down, weary. You need a healthy place to refuel. When you feel close to God, everything in your life is more manageable.  iMom.com has some ideas on ways you can connect with God and fill your spiritual tank. 3 ways to connect with God…

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Faith resources for A.D. The Bible Continues

Are you watching the series A.D. The Bible Continues on NBC?  The series creators have provided a host of faith-based resources to help you learn more about the Bible as you are watching.   It might be a great time to invite a friend or neighbor to join you each week to share a meal, and watch the story of the book of Acts unfold.   The resources…

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The jelly bean poem

Easter is a wonderful opportunity to teach our kids about the most important event in history.  If you’re looking for some fun and simple ways to share the Easter story, check out the Jelly Bean Poem- colorful jelly beans area  sweet treat and a fun way to help your kids remember the story of the cross.   The Jelly Bean Poem…

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10 fun ways to keep Easter about Jesus

Easter is a great opportunity to teach our kids about the most important event in history.  Here are 10 great ideas from the We Are That Family blog for fun ways to keep Easter about Jesus. 10 Fun Ways to Keep Easter About Jesus…

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Getting your kids excited about spring cleaning

Spring is here and it’s a great time to do some spring cleaning.  It goes a lot faster if your kids are on board, and The Chaos and The Clutter website has some great ideas for getting your kids excited about cleaning.   Getting your kids excited about spring cleaning…

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No electronics rules

Do you ever feel like the electronics in your kids life are taking up a bit too much time? Do you need a little help drawing some boundary lines?   Imom.com has some simple ideas, the “No Electronics Rules,” to help keep them in check in your family. No Electronics Rules…

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The Lent challenge

Do you feel spiritually empty?  The Lent Challenge is an opportunity to spend the days leading up to Easter preparing your heart and mind to celebrate God’s greatest gift.  In 15 minutes a day, you can join thousands of others who are reading through the Gospels during Lent.  Download the free Lent Challenge reading plan,…

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