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October 16 is World Food Day.(Brief article)
September 1, 2009... [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), approximately 923 million people in the world are under-nourished. 60 to sites such as Feed My Starving Children (fmsc.org) or World Vision (worldvision.org) to find out what your family,...
September 21-27 is National eat together week.(Brief article)
September 1, 2009... [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] One of the best ways to get kids excited about dinnertime is by having them help prepare the meal. Here are four important tips, from A Tovola Together, to remember when cooking with kids. 1 Invite children to choose the recipe or help plan the meal. 2 Explain...
Where's God when it rains?(DEVO)(god is always there during our trials)(Excerpt)(Brief article)
September 1, 2009... [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] A few years ago I read the book Captivating by John and Stasi Eldridge. In one part it challenges women to ask God how he's showing them his love. I was at the beginning of a stormy time but still far enough into it to feel abandoned, so I initially balked at the...
What to do about your TCW subscription.(Today's Christian Woman)(Brief article)
September 1, 2009... [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Christianity Today International recently made the difficult decision to cease publication of Today's Christian Woman magazine with the September/October 2009 issue. In the coming weeks you'll receive a postcard with a coupon to www.TodaysChristianWomanStore.com...
How blessed we've been.(between us)(Column)
September 1, 2009... I began my editorial career with Today's Christian Woman back in the late 1990s. I worked under a great editor, Ramona Cramer Tucker, who mentored me and allowed me to grow and stretch my editing skills. Then when Jane Johnson Struck became the editor, I continued to learn and grow. I took a...