Newsletter                                                            October, 2016



In September I lost my best friend, my dog Kallie, who had been such a great comfort and companion for me. She has been loved and she has loved much. She was here for me when I needed her most and now it is time for her to jump into Grandpa’s arms and let him love her for awhile. Will I miss her, absolutely. But I have learned over the years that it is remembering the good times that make the hard times less painful. And I have many memories to hold on to.

(Read September 2016 Newsletter)

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Monthly Blog:

The Anxious Leaf

The Anxious Leaf - Journey Through Divorce

The leaves are changing, the air is cooler and school is well on it’s way. Fall….the beauty of it, the close of the warm sun replaced by the cool breeze. When I got remarried I was blessed with 3 more step children. They were born and raised in Southern Mississippi. They talk about it being 90 degrees there now and it is so hard to believe not being able to enjoy the beauty of fall. As much as I love the heat of summer, I can’t imagine not experiencing the rich colors that fall brings.

It makes me think of a little story. Let me share it with you.

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Featured Article:
Linda Jacobs’s article  –Teaching kids of divorce the value of money

Many pastors preach on finances from the pulpit. Some churches have financial advisors to assist people in their congregation. Helping families budget is important, and helping children understand the value of money can be part of that education.

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Words of Encouragement:

“I have good plans for you,” says the Lord. “I have good plans for you, not plans to hurt you. I will give you hope and a good future.”     Jeremiah 29:11


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Wishing you a Blessed day,

Krista Smith