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Family life can be busy and challenging! As a wife and mom to three teenage sons, I'm living this crazy, busy, and beautiful life right along with you! Can I let you in on a secret? There is nothing you will experience in your family life that Jesus can't handle! He will hear your silent pleas in the heat of frustration, and your tearful prayers in the middle of the night. Here you will find biblical truth and practical resources to help guide you in all aspects of family life.

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About Michelle

Michelle is a graduate of Cedarville College (before it became a University!) who has the privilege of working full-time from home in the medical coding field. She is dedicated to providing biblical truth and practical resources for families.

Michelle writes about finding hope in Jesus through all circumstances on her blog. She has been published in Living by Design and The Joyful Life magazines, as well as a contributing author for the devotional book, Shepherd on duty: Promises You Can Trust through Arabelle Publishing.

May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit.

Romans 15:13

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Six Ways To Avoid Busy Burnout

We just came through  of one of our busiest seasons yet with all three of our teenage sons playing lacrosse. Thank goodness our twins were on the same team!  Games, meals, and practices replaced our once empty evenings.  As this season was approaching I was reminded of some strategies my husband and I put in…
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Michelle Flaningan praying

Three Truths to Cling to During A Winter Season

The gray sky gave way to darkness as another winter day came to a close. As I stood there looking out the front window, I felt a dread wash over me. Our newborn twin boys were asleep in their swings nearby, and even though their tiny faces held hope, this awful feeling had a hold…
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Three Ways to Make Giving Thanks an Action

I’m going to be honest here. I usually approach the Thanksgiving holiday feeling a little glutinous and guilty. Society has categorized Thanksgiving as that one time a year when we pay homage to all of our blessings. We buy our turkeys, and prepare them with all the trimmings only to sit down and eat more…
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Michelle Flaningan and Family