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January Jumpstart: one word to boost your faith in tough times

You know that the darkest moments are before the dawn, and maybe you feel that way spiritually right now.  Nancy Ortberg, Author of Seeing in the Dark: Finding God's Light in the Most Unexpected Places, has been there too! She has learned that reality has a way of making us humble because life doesn’t generally go how…

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Make a memory pillow to remember a loved one in Heaven

When someone you love dies, a part of you goes with them. I hope you find encouragement in 1 Thessolonians 4:13 which says, “Brothers and sisters, we do not want you to be uninformed about those who sleep in death, so that you do not grieve like the rest of mankind, who have no hope.” Many keep that love and hope close by saving…

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January Jumpstart: For better health, trust your gut!

You can work out and eat well but still feel like you’re not healthy.  Your GI track is full of bacteria, but maintaining the right balance of good bacteria and bad bacteria is critical.  Cravings for things like sugar and bread might be an indicator that things are out of whack.  Don’t just give into these cravings,…

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Volunteers needed to pack meals with Scott Equipment and FMSC

Scott Equipment is hosting a 1 million meal packing event and needs your help later today and tomorrow. The shifts  are 4:30-7 and 7:30-10 today (JAN 22)  and 12-2:30 tomorrow (JAN 23). The event is being held at Friendship Church in Shakopee.  Learn more and volunteer to pack.…

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Send love and a valentine to a widow

Melena Dumala and her family have a sweet valentine ministry for widows and widowers called “From Tears to Triumph.”  She said: From Tears to Triumph is a project my children and I started in our home 4 years ago to bless the widows in our community during the valentines season when many widows suffer their worst depression.…

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January Jumpstart: If you have something nice to say… Say it!

It is so easy to be stuck in a daily routine where you go through the motions of the day, and next thing you know the day has ended and you’ll start all over again.  There’s an easy fix, and according to Robyn Shulman, all you have to do to “deflate autopilot” in your life is to share a compliment. Share them…

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Tell your story

God is writing a story in you that has never been told before.  If you’re like me you could use some help in knowing who to tell that story to, how to tell it, and what to tell. I found this article to be very helpful in getting started, and I hope you do too. The 3 big takeaways are: Share a little bit of your story with people at work…

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Empower your kids rather than making them feel entitled

This morning we talked to  Kay Wills Wyma is a mother of five who describes herself as “a recovering enabler, finagler, procrastinator, and charter member of the Women’s Auxiliary for the Organizationally-Challenged, doing her best to navigate the road of parenting tween/teens.” Along the way she discovered…

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Make homemade windshield washer fluid

You can go through windshield washer fluid very quickly during a MN winter. Why spend the cash when it can be homemade? Here’s how: Fill a large jug with a gallon of water. Mix 1 tbsp of dish soap, 1/2 cup of white vinegar and a few drops of blue food coloring. To prevent it from freezing #MIP (Most Important Part!) add one cup of…

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January Jumpstart: Don’t swipe and talk at the same time

You may think you have multitasking down to a science. You’re able to make breakfast for the kids while editing your powerpoint for a presentation later in the day as you are talking to your husband on the phone about your weekend plans! But maybe you’re not doing as good of a job as you think. A new study shows that when you…

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