Single Parenting is Not a Disease

[Originally featured at Family Values Cinema.]


Contrary to popular belief, single parenting is not a disease. It’s not an illness overtaking society, or an addiction that must be overcome no matter what. “Hello, my name is Molly Jo, and I’m a Single Parent.”

Yes, it’s a dilemma that can be draining on society. But it’s not always something to be pointed at with pity. Being a single parent doesn’t make me a cancer on society any more than eating lettuce makes you a vegetarian. If you only eat lettuce, even that doesn’t make you … read the rest. . .

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Cookbook Contest Re-Do

So, I’ve been sitting here thinking that it’s really not fair to those who have been with me all along, for me to give a free cookbook to someone who is just waiting in the wings to be my 50th an 100th subscribers.

So I’m changing the rules for the Cookbook Giveaway as follows:

Once I reach 50 subscribers to my Blog, I will use to select a random subscriber who will receive a free copy of the cookbook as soon as it’s published.

Once I reach 100 “likes” on my Facebook page, I will use to select … read the rest. . .

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Hypocritical / Christian

We’ve been having some great conversation at my house lately. And so I want to ask you: What does being Christian mean to you?

Do you consider yourself Christian or not?
Do you hold Christians to a higher standard?
Do you think Christians have double standards?
Should Christians be more forgiving than they seem to be?
Should Christians be more firm than they seem to be?

Does grace and mercy outweigh other characteristics, such as discipline, protecting your family, etc? If someone has a track-record of negative actions should a Christian forgive and forget, or set up boundaries and say … read the rest. . .

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