August 23, 2019
August 20, 2019
This beautiful printable reminds us that we can rest assured . . . “Jesus is mine!” You can save this to your computer and use it on your blog or website, or you can print it out to use
in your art journal, daily planner, or frame it to hang in your home so you don’t forget that you are loved by our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
Be sure to stop back often to see all of the new FREE printables, designed for
RUBY magazine by Nina at Vintage Mama’s Cottage.
Nina Newton, Sr. Editor, RUBY magazine: When my four older children were in school, I returned to college as a “non-traditional student.” Eventually, I earned degrees in Classics and Philosophy, and a graduate degree in Medieval Studies: History of Theology. After teaching at a small community college in Michigan for seven years, my husband and I were blessed with the adoption of our two beautiful daughters, Gracie and Annie. We live in northern Indiana in a small farming community where I work on RUBY magazine in my home office. I have worked for several years offering my handmade and refashioned garments and accessories online under the creative name of “Vintage Mama’s Cottage.” My personal blog is at www.vintagemamascottage.net
August 16, 2019
August 15, 2019
“…I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly.” - John 10:10
Oh, no! Watch out roses. Gene has a shovel…. Gene, my husband, enjoys growing rose bushes. However, he is an impatient gardener. When the bushes don’t begin leafing out in the spring as he believes they should, he replaces them.
August 13, 2019
Here's a great opportunity for you to re-evaluate and focus on getting healthy . . . we're joining Katherine, from Katherines Corner for her Healthy Habits Giveaway!
(This is the first of three articles from Stan Popovich. Stay tuned to Ruby Magazine for parts two and three in the near future!)
Do you ever get stuck into that vicious cycle of worrying where you get overwhelmed with worrying and fearful thoughts? In return, this creates more panic and worry and eventually you can’t function because you are a basket case.
As the author of a managing fear book, I struggled with fear, anxiety, and stress for over 20 years. Eventually, I was able to overcome the endless cycle of fear and anxiety. Here is a brief summary of what I did to get better.
August 10, 2019
August 8, 2019
“Don’t race those horses!” my dad hollered through the screen door.
His warning faded with every hoof beat. His voice drifted away with the breeze as Babe and I rode side by side with my best friend, Mary, and her horse, Bolt.