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Feeling Sad During the Holiday Season
Whether you say Season's Greetings, Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas or Happy Hanukkah, the fleeting weeks beginning with Thanksgiving and ending at the New Year are a time of celebration, activity, ...
11/27/13 at 3:44 PM Christian Thinkers: Let's Be Those People 11/20/13 at 5:59 PM
Teaching Your Child Life's Biggest Lesson 11/14/13 at 2:53 PM
For What It's Worth
Three and one-half months ago, my wife Debbie and I moved into our newly-built home, a perfect combination for a country boy and a city girl. We say we built it because we initiated the process and we...
9/4/13 at 11:08 AM Building Trust in Relationships 2/22/11 at 7:39 AM
Guest Post: Waking Up
Todays post is written by a former student of mine who is all grown up, married, and having kids. She mentioned in a Facebook post a while back that she is doing some writing, and I asked her to...
7/2/13 at 7:26 AM I Like to Run…Away… 5/10/13 at 8:11 AM
Family Problems: Genesis 22-31 4/11/13 at 5:30 AM
Supreme Court's Supreme Ruling
You know how they say you'll never forget where you were when something really monumental in society happened? For me, I was in the parking lot of Moorhead McDonald's, when a couple of e-mail alerts ...
6/27/13 at 4:31 AM Goin' to the Chapel? 5/26/13 at 7:21 AM
Let's go Camping! 4/7/13 at 8:52 PM
Secrets to a Financially Happy Relationship
A happy couple strolls down the aisle hand-in-hand as the church bells let out a triumphant ring and the members of the congregation cheer loudly. The bride and groom are happy, smiling and having the...
3/6/13 at 11:27 AM
Back to School Part Two: Student Teaching
The semester was under way. I was in full swing teaching English: flinging the verbage and nounage and adjectiveage in my best Minnesotanese. And though it may seem a more boring or ordinary example ...
3/10/12 at 8:22 AM
Transforming Darkness into Light
We met ata function that called for business casual conversation. He worked the room like a professional, making small talk and thoughtful introductions to colleagues. It was clear to me this wasnt hi...
5/31/11 at 6:43 PM Message of the Owl 3/24/11 at 7:00 PM
A Ripple in the Water 12/22/10 at 10:40 PM
A 'fashionista' for funky fashion
Twenty-two-year-old Tessany Becker, originally from Greenbush, Minn., is not the average handbag shopper. To date, she is the collector or shall we say fashionista of over 75 handbags. "I think the mo...
4/26/11 at 3:30 PM Healthy habits reduce breast cancer risk between mothers and daughters 3/28/11 at 7:25 PM
Who is your sister and what is your ritual? 3/11/11 at 12:37 PM
The dirty laundry gets closer to home.
Yet another discussion coming from cleaning out the basement: How much of your childhood/college memorabilia do you hold onto? I am trying to consolidate, since I have bits & pieces in multiple p...
2/18/11 at 2:48 PM
By Nathan Richman Im not a competitive person by nature. Unfortunately, whenever more than one person is involved in family finances, disagreements are virtually inevitable. This is a good thing, bec...
1/31/11 at 10:18 AM More important things than money 1/14/11 at 9:47 PM
The Impact of Money on Relationships 1/7/11 at 8:53 AM
Quick, healthy food, screaming and a cranky baby - Family blog roundup #4
Looking for family-related writings? Look no further. Here's the latest round of our recommended readings from the AreaVoices blog community. BTW, if you're a Twitter fan, follow AreaVoices on Twitter...
1/12/11 at 9:57 AM
Time together, Time apart
I do not receive life’s knowledge gradually; instead I receive it in drop shipments that are sometimes hard to absorb and arrive with no notice. I had one such delivery recently and it’s s...
2/4/10 at 7:25 AM