FamilyLife Today® with Dennis Rainey
Karyn Purvis
All parents have expectations for their children. Today, Karyn Purvis, a former foster mother who holds her doctorate in developmental psychology, cautions parents to be aware of possible risk factors in their adoptive and foster children and adjust their expectations accordingly. Karyn explains that children need unconditional love and that adoptive parents will need wisdom in regards to disciplining these sensitive children.

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His Savior Names Crosses with Stands

This year, set an Easter table focused on the Resurrection with His Savior Names and Stands from Ever Thine Home. Through these crosses you and your family will learn of the Savior's work for all of humanity by displaying the names "Messiah", "Mediator" and "Great High Priest". And you will discover the design of each unique, historical cross representing the forward march of the kingdom through the ages. The truths these names teach will bring comfort and joy to everyday life.

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