Newsletter                                                              March, 2016



Last month I talked about getting back to being the person you were before you got married…finding yourself again. This month’s ministry partner is  Gail Showalter who wrote, “How to Make Spring Break Fun for Your Children“.  I would love to connect with you on a more personal level. Please feel free to sign up on the Forum and introduce yourself.  

(Read February 2016 Newsletter)



In this month’s newsletter:

Seven Beatitudes for Successful Co-Parenting

Article 1 in a 7 part series – Journey Through Divorce

Happy Family Walking - Journey Through Divorce


1.Be the Adult

1 Cor. 13:10-11  “When I was a child, I used to speak as a child, think as a child, reason as a child; when I became a man, I did away with childish things.”

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Monthly Blog: Regrets

Empty Nest - Journey Through Divorce


It wasn’t too long ago when the chaos in my house was so loud you couldn’t escape it. Now today….it is so quiet you can’t find it. Children are on their own. The days when our mornings started early with getting everyone off to school and the days ended with sports, running, church, friends and trying to grab a moment to connect are a distant memory. All of a sudden the house is empty. Our oldest, my daughter, just celebrated her 6th year of marriage. Our son, my youngest, has been married for 3 years. Our middle daughter, my step daughter, has been living in Pennsylvania to attend a Masters Program for Physical Therapy. And our youngest, my step son, is preparing to marry his bride in short 3 months.  As I sit here in the living room in front of the fireplace it causes me to reflect on years gone by.
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Featured Article:
Gail Showalter’s article- How to Make Spring Break Fun for Your Children

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JUST ADDED TO WEBSITE: Depression in Tools for Healing(register)
Why do you weep? Don’t you know that even the sun and moon will be darkened, and there will be times when you just can’t see? This is one on those seasons.
Getting through the valley will take time and effort, but don’t worry.
I will provide all the grace you need and I am here with you.
Before you feet stumble on the darkening hills,
Take my hand and hold on tight.

Poem Link: Worry
Video Link: Love and Logic Keys to Helping Kids Cope with DivorceWishing you a Blessed day,Krista Smith