Tag Archive: family

Trying to Figure out Motherhood

Happy Mother’s Day to millions of mothers today! For several years I have tried to figure out motherhood. When I was pregnant with my first son, my husband was finishing his last year of college at Texas Christian University. We lived in Dallas, Texas, and drove 30 miles twice a week to Fort Worth in […]

Read the full article »

When You Don’t Know What to Say

Sometimes saying the wrong thing can slip up on you and should leave you speechless. But, few of us can leave that awkward moment alone. Why is it we feel we have to insert comments at inappropriate moments? Why can’t we let words hang in the air and cap them off with a smile or […]

Read the full article »

Family Matters

Founder of Carl’s Jr. Restaurants-A Friend of NBCF Carl N. Karcher, founder of Carl’s Jr. fast-food chain, died January 11th at age 90. Carl started his business with a hot dog cart and grew it to more than 3,000 restaurants, which now include Hardee’s restaurants and 30,000 employees worldwide. He was a generous supporter of […]

Read the full article »

Through the Eyes of a Child

A Four-Year Old’s View of God The age of four is a curious time in children’s lives. They explore new ideas and concepts. Our granddaughter, Ellie, had been learning important values at an early age. Her parents taught her that God loved her, and she seemed to understand. Then they introduced the concept of God’s […]

Read the full article »