Tamara Glasner Resilience: An ability to recover from or adjust easily to change or misfortune. Our family went to Forest Home Family Camp summer after summer as our girls were growing up. The camp was one of our favorite family memories, as we all had incredible times with each other and also with God during [...]
We've joined up with Neal and Diane Arnold at the Family Collective! Check out our first article, Unity in the Community, here! https://medium.com/@thefamilycollective/unity-in-the-community-eb74636b9c37
by Tamara Glasner When our girls were still young, we transformed our playroom into a small theatre. It had everything. Curtains, lighting, costumes, and props! The love for theater grew into a very small movie studio with the help of i-movie and a video camera. I can't tell you the hours of fun it provided! [...]
By Tamara Glasner In the beginning...God Created! He loves His creation and we are made in His image and after Him we create. We create to bring him glory. From the time our children were very young, we could see the joy and laughter that came as they ventured out creatively. Everything from play-dough sculptures, [...]
That's right! Our mother-daughter project, ten years in the making, is finally ready to share. We have been waiting for this moment a very long time, and we hope you love it as much as we loved putting it together. XXXOOO You can purchase Hidden Treasure on Blurb.com.
Like the surf, conflict relentlessly pounds our world, our families, and our lives. For a second, everything seems perfect, and then, boom! Another wave crashes on our shore, washing all our hard work away and leaving a wake of hurt feelings, fear, and offense.
The songs you sing, the songs you listen to, are powerful influencers. If you listen to life-giving songs, you will receive for more life. I wanted our family song to be one that would stick with my family forever, one that would become a core part of their genetic makeup.
My heart longed to host—but the anxiety it produced was a real hindrance to joy in our home. So much so, that at one point Lawrence looked at me and said “I don’t want to have guests over anymore if you get this nervous, its not worth it. Its too hard.”
Risk? Scary word, I know. But you can't stay on God's train bound for divine destiny unless you risk. It's the cost of the ticket.