Julie Miller
Sunday, June 14, 2009

Brick walls are a common topic of conversation among genealogists. Brick walls occur, quite simply, when we are stuck on a problem and don’t know where to go for a solution.

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PARKOUR: A sport or athletic activity in which the participant seeks to move quickly and fluidly through an area, often an urban locale, by surmounting obstacles such as walls and railings and leaping across open spaces, as in a stairwell or between buildings.

Suggested reading list

  • Amplified Bible
  • How to be Happy Though Married (Tim LaHaye)
  • Understanding the Male Temperament (Tim LaHaye)
  • A Woman in Her Home (Ella May Miller)
  • Let Me Be A Woman (Elizabeth Elliott)
  • A Woman’s World (Clyde Narramore)
  • The Family First (Kenneth Gangel)
  • The Key to Feminine Response in Marriage (Ronald M Duetsch)
  • The Essence of Marriage (Julius A Fritze)
  • The Act of Marriage (Tim & Beverly LaHaye)
  • Physical Unity in Marriage (Shirley Rice)
  • The Power of Sexual Surrender (Dr, Marie Robinson)
  • What Wife’s Wish Their Husbands Knew about Women (James Dobson)
  • The Art of Understanding Yourself (Cecil Osborne)
  • The Wycliffe Bible Commentary (Charles F Pfeiffer and Everett F Harrison)
  • Your Teenager and You (Anna B Mow)
  • Colossians, Where Life is Established (Roy L Laurin)
  • Me? Obey Him? (Elizabeth Rice Handford)
  • The Kink and I (James D Mallory Jr. M.D.)
  • Tell Me Again Lord, I Forgot (Ruth Harms Calkin)
  • The Christian Home a Woman’s View (Shirley Rice)
  • How to Study the Bible for Yourself (Tim LaHaye)
  • How to Win Over Depression (Tim LaHaye)
  • Faith in a Secular World (Myron Augsburger)
  • The Freedom of Forgiveness (David Augsburger)
  • Douary Catholic Bible
  • Wuest’s Word Studies (Kenneth S Wuest) Romans & First Peter
  • Bless This Mess and Other Prayers (Joe Carr and Imogene Sorley)
  • Hidden Art (Edith Schaefer)
  • Dare to Discipline (James Dobson)
  • The Strong-Willed Child (James Dobson)
  • Hide or Seek (James Dobson)
  • Preparing For Adolescence (James Dobson)
  • What the Bible Says About Child Training (J. Richard Fugate)
  • Time Oct 12, 1970 “KILLING A CULTURE”
  • Why God Gave Children Parents (V. Robert Smith) ~ Biola Broadcaster
  • The Joy of Housekeeping (Ella May Miller)
  • All around the House (Heloise Cruse)
  • Heloise’s Housekeeping Hints (Heloise Cruse)
  • Kitchen Hints (Heloise Cruse)
  • I AM A WOMAN (Ella May Miller)
  • The Spirit Controlled (Beverly LaHaye)
  • The Christian Secret of a Happy Life (Hannah Whitall Smith) 1942
  • Matthew Henry’s Commentary on the Whole Bible (Matthew Henry)
  • Mountain Trailways for Youth (Mrs. Charles Cowman)
  • Bible Stories for Little People (Ruth I. Johnson)
  • Devotions for the Early Teens (Ruth I. Johnson)
  • Devotions for the Family (Ruth I. Johnson)
  • Devotions for the Children’s’ Hour (Kenneth N. Taylor)
  • Stories for the Children’s Hour (Kenneth N. Taylor)
  • Barnes Notes on the New Testament
  • Strong’s Exhausted Concordance of the Bible
  • The New Testament Teaching on the Bible Role Relationship of Men and Women (George W. Knight)
  • None of These Diseases (S. I. McMillen)
  • Why Bad Things Happen To Good People
  • With A Pinch of Salt (Jesse R. Sandberg)
  • To Understand Each Other (Paul Tournier)
  • The Christian Use of Emotional Power (Norman H. Wright)
  • Topical Memory Systems (Navigators)


Goal for Today: Understanding.   There comes a point in your life when you realize who matters, who never did, who won’t anymore… and who always will. So, don’t worry about people from your past, there’s a reason why they didn’t make it to your future.

“There are two ways of spreading light;  to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it.”  -Edith Wharton


If you recognize anyone in this photo, chances are you are related to me.