Christmas is full of symbols and characters that inspire us and that we can relate to. We all want to be Santa for someone each year, so we look for needs that we can meet anonymously — just like he would. Some of us relate to Rudolph.
At a recent mother's event I met Sara, a mother who acted on a feeling to make beautiful dolls for girls that promote faith too.
“Look what I got for Christmas,” said my friend Megan as she held up a single serving package of crackers with a small red stick for the spreadable cheese.
Take heart! We need not sit by and feel helpless about all that is going on in the world today. There are things we can do to participate in making the world around us a better place!
What’s Happening in America?
A teacher/friend of mine shared how one of her students recently confided in her that she truly believed that she did not
Freedom of religion is the first promise to Americans in the Bill of Rights. Being first puts it in a position of prominence. It should always be a first consideration in any reasonable and balanced legislation, and court.
As you know, the Worldwide Organization For Women has spent many years advocating for religous freedoms and discouraging any law calling for "anti-discrimination" that would classify certain groups that identify themselves as LGBT to be a protected class of people.
For 75 years Sunbeam bread, a product of the Quality Bakers Of America, has changed it's bags just after Thanksgiving to add a picture of a little girl praying.