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Hearts at Home University

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Motherhood is a valid profession.

It is that belief that inspired Jill Savage and a group of women to plan the first Hearts at Home conference 16 years ago. Today these conferences are a place where moms can go to find the encouragement and education they need to do this mothering thing right!

The problem is, not everyone can attend a Hearts at Home conference, so Hearts at Home University was created!

Hearts at Home University is a new resource designed to encourage and equip you in your journey as a parent! These live web casts, affordably priced at $15 each, allow you to tap into continuing education as a mom on a regular basis right from the comfort of your own computer.

The topics that will be covered over the Spring and Summer Semester include:

“Is There Really Sex after Kids” with Jill Savage
“She’s Gonna Blow” with Julie Barnhill
“Redefining Romance” with Mark and Jill Savage
“Keeping Your Ducks in a Relative Row” with Karen Ehman

For information on dates and times, or to register go …

A Child's View

My cousin Allison's son, Kevin had a conversation with his Nana. The following is her description of the interaction between the two of them. May you enjoy his view.

I had Kevin overnight by himself a few weeks ago. Kevin stayed with us Saturday night, so of course went to Sunday school with us. For some reason, conversations on the drive back to Bloomington can sometimes be challenging. Kevin tries so hard to make sense of the world.

Kevin- Nana, when I was born were there dinosaurs?

Nana- No, the dinosaurs were already dead. (I look back in the mirror and see the wheels turning.)

K- When Jesus was born were there dinosaurs?

N- No, he didn’t get to see the dinosaurs either. They were already gone. (Wheels are still turning.)

A minute passes.

K- It must have been hard for God to make the long-neck dinosaurs, cause he had to bolt all those neck bones together.

N- I think you're right, Kevin. But God can do the really hard jobs.

Another minute or two pass.

K- It must have been reall…