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  1. Stephanie Smith on December 18, 2013 at 10:10 am

    My daughter says I am her hero. I do not feel worthy of that, but it is still music to my ears.

    To keep that standing requires lots of time spent….with her and with God.

    It lands on me…to spend more time with her than she spends in media. The adversary is there and also within her fellow teens.

    As Daddy says, “keep her talkin'”.

    This is still the most profound parenting advise I have ever employed. It would make a short book, but, prayerfully, her life will tell the story with a great ending.



  2. Ruth Hawkins on December 17, 2013 at 7:38 pm

    The greatest heroes to me are all the veterans of war who have put their lives on the line for all of us. It is so very sad that they are so soon forgotten and not taken care of properly. Then their are the heroes who give of their time unselfishly for the good of all mankind. They will be blessed with lasting joy. Celebrities are all about themselves and what is in it for them. I actually feel very sorry for them. There is no lasting joy there. If only all of us could have an attitude of, “What can I do for you?”, instead of,”What can you do for me?”. Jesus said love and serve one another and in so doing you are doing it for me. We could all be heroes! Praise God!



  3. Mary Lewis on December 16, 2013 at 12:08 pm

    We all need to be worried about our character because people are watching us. Won’t it be awful to learn later that we caused someone to stray because of our words or actions.
    We need to ask GOD to keep the door of our lips and taste our words before we spit them out. Heros are hard but they are there.