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Get ready to grow!  Our newest core value at First Assembly is that we must grow healthy families.  Family Farm is all about practical ways to grow together as a family!

Question:  What is your favorite story or moment of growth in your family so far?  (Here's a chance to brag on your kids/grandkids!)

3 comments (Add your own)

1. Mike Thornton wrote:
Growth, well since it is just me and my parents... I will say that I have grown personally in being more forgiving and accepting of my mistakes as learning points in my life. Also, to be more forgiving other others when they have offended me, and to accept others as who they are. We're all on this farm together and we all grow at different rates - but if we allow the Word to water us - we all GROW.

Wed, August 1, 2012 @ 11:46 AM

2. Tina Daniel wrote:
I think the greatest moment for a mom is seeing your child (or children) behave in Christian ways even when you aren't watching. Knowing they reach out to others, share love and the truth of Christ. Not just in words but in deeds. Knowing that our faith and trust is resulting in a continued legacy. Thank you for the opportunity to allow us to experience a healthy church.

Thu, August 2, 2012 @ 10:16 AM

3. Randy wrote:
Sorry to hear about your situation. This is ralely unfortunate, but I've seen it happen many times. The truth is that insurance companies use all sorts of data about people all the time. For example when underwriting insurance policies.What State Farm and others have learned is that there is a statistical correlation between good credit and other things they think are important. This may or may not be true, but that's what they think.Also, it's legal to use our credit reports for all sorts of things, including getting a job. Now personally I think it's unfair. People with bad credit ratings probably need the jobs worse than anybody, but can't get them. Using a number makes it easy for them, and they don't want to spend the time and money to ask about your situation and see that you are ralely a great person and would make an excellent employee.Like I said, it's unfair, but it's legal. And they have these policies that they don't break. Insurance companies are big bureaucracies almost like the government. So you can look for a different type of job or work to get your credit score up. But that's the subject of a different post.

Sat, September 8, 2012 @ 12:13 PM

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