This is my favorite photo of my husband with our sons. He is their hero!

Father’s Day  is a great time to o two things

(1) Thank your earthly father with a card, a call or companionship. Tell him why you are appreciative and grateful. Honoring your mom and dad comes with a nice “boomerrang” promise too!

Ephesians 6:1-3

Children, obey your parents in the Lord, for this is right. “Honor your father and mother” (this is the first commandment with a promise), “that it may go well with you and that you may live long in the land.” 

(2) Take time to tell your Heavenly Father thanks too! Take a prayer walk and thank Him for what you see along your path; pull out a photo album or the gallery on your smart phone and scroll through photo memories and give him praise; Or kneel and honor Him in humility by praising Him for his character traits, attributes and names.  Abba is the name Jewish children call out to their father, it means “Daddy” Thanks your Abba Father for walking alongside you and His spirit being in you.

the Spirit you received brought about your adoption to sonship. And by him we cry, “Abba, Father.” (Romans 8:15) 

Pam is married to Bill, a leader of men. Bill speaks internationally to men often on his books for men, 10 Best Decisions a Man Can Make; 7 Simple Skills for Every Man; and Devotions for Men on the Go. Learn more about Bill’s ministry to men at www.Love-Wise.com

 

 

 

 

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Love Finds You In Bridal Veil, Oregan by Miralee Ferrell

Here’s what I most enjoyed about Miralee Ferrell’s historical romance, Love Finds You in Bridal Veil Oregon. When I read a romance, I don’t mind the predictability inherent in the genre. Romances–different from love stories–promise a happy ending. The hero and heroine will end up together, regardless of what happens between Page One and The End. The difference in Bridal Veil is we don’t quite know who the hero is. Schoolteacher Margaret Garvey has two good men in her life, and Ferrell manages to make them both sympathetic. The unfolding plot shows the reader much about the moral fiber of the three leads in this novel set in an Oregon logging community in the early 1900’s. I loved having my allegiance tampered with while I read. Well done, Miralee!

This book review was uploaded by Cecelia Dowdy. Happy reading!

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