Do All Lives Really Matter? No.

Do All Lives Really Matter? No! - Anchor Of Promise
In the past year we all have seen and read debates and movements regarding whose lives really matter. I have come to my own conclusion. Not all lives matter.

I personally have compassion to many groups of ethnicity and color as well as respect. HOWEVER, I have absolutely no respect or tolerance for other groups. Who are they? Continue reading

God does hear you. Wait! Wait patiently for Him.

Several years ago I was struggling with NOT receiving an answer to a prayer that I had been diligently praying for years and years. When I was cleaning out the drawers next to my bed last week I came across the verse that I had written down on a notecard. I had forgotten all about […]

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“I’m mad at you because I want my daddy to come home!”

This is a great post coming from a mom’s perspective on the emotional pain her child has been enduring from a divorce. I have shared in the past how divorce can greatly affect children/teen’s and this post gives good advice and encouragement to help your child get through this change.

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Evonne angry at God

By Evonne Prince

Those were the hardest words I’ve ever had to hear my son say to me and my husband. We knew he was hurting emotionally. As parents we never want our children to feel any pain and as mothers we want to make it all better. Children are innocent and pure of heart, free from the scars life can give us. Being a blended family has brought many challenges and issues we have been forced to face but it is our reality daily.

When I divorced, my son was only 3 years old and at the time I had no idea my son would suffer emotionally from my choice years later. As parents we never intend to hurt our children but in our selfishness and frustration we indeed hurt them even if the signs aren’t visible until years later. Divorce is hard on everyone in a family but…

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