Newsletter                                                              June, 2016

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Happy Summer Time !

I hope you found a way to make the last day of school fun, as I discussed last month.  I’d love to hear about some of your ideas and adventures! Children remember the silly fun memories the most.

(Read May 2016 Newsletter)

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Last Day of School - Journey Through Divorce

In this month’s newsletter:
Seven Beatitudes for Successful Co-Parenting
Article 4 in a 7 part series
 – Journey Through Divorce

Be Perceptive

Exod. 2:4-8 Moses’ sister stood at a distance to see what would happen to him. Then Pharaoh’s daughter went down to the Nile to bathe and her attendants were walking along the riverbank. She saw the basket among the reeds and sent her slave girl to get it. She opened it and saw the baby. He was crying, and she felt sorry for him. “This is one of the Hebrew babies.” she said. Then Moses’ sister asked Pharaoh’s daughter, “Shall I go and get one of the Hebrew women to nurse the baby for you?” “”Yes, go.” she answered. And the girl went and got the baby’s mother.

Be Perceptive - Journey Through Divorce

 

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Monthly Blog:

Father’s Day

I Love You Daddy - Tribute to Fathers - Journey Through Divorce

 

Fathers Day is an important opportunity for your children to show their appreciation and love for their dad. I understand that this may be difficult for a divorced parent to accept. But I am challenging you to be the bigger person and put your feelings aside and think about your children’s feelings. Our kids love to celebrate special occasions. And since it is our responsibility to encourage their relationship with their dad, Fathers Day is a perfect opportunity to do that.

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Featured Article:
Linda Jacob’s article- How will you handle Father’s Day and the child of divorce?
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Words of Encouragement:
Faith is a risk, but not having faith is also a risk. We risk missing out on our lives becoming a part of the greatest love story of all time – the story of a God who loved us so much that He left heaven to be with us.     Tammy Trent

Poem Link: Weariness
Video Link: Life After Divorce

Wishing you a Blessed day,

Krista Smith

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