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Making a “Place” in your Life for Prayer

By monthly contributor Ann Dunagan of Harvest Ministry Imagine if someone gave you a brand-new living room set. The pieces of furniture are so much better than you could have imagined, or dreamed. The set is absolutely perfect for your family. The colors. The style. The look. Wow. It’s so much better than that old […]

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The Hidden Power of Family Prayer

By monthly contributor, Ann Dunagan of Harvest Ministry Do you sometimes feel inadequate in prayer? Do you often struggle with praying together with your spouse or children? Do you perhaps wonder, since it’s so difficult, if praying together is even worth it? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you are a […]

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Training Our Boys to be Men – Part 2

by monthly contributor, Ann Dunagan of Harvest Ministry To read part 1, visit here. As moms, we have a vital role in releasing our boys to God’s destiny — through our consistent discipline and biblical encouragement. Empowered by God’s grace, our boys can hit God’s target for their lives; but we need to aim these […]

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Training Our Boys to be Men – Part 1

by monthly contributor, Ann Dunagan of Harvest Ministry A while back, at a ladies retreat, one of the women’s speakers began to passionately address the needs of today’s Christian men. As she asked a hypothetical question, “Where are all the MEN today?” several young women pointed toward me and shouted, “They’re at the Dunagan’s!” Wow. […]

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Screaming Babies & Praying Mommas

by contributing writer Ann Dunagan of Harvest Ministry. Finding God’s balance for motherhood and ministry is sometimes a difficult (and continually changing) tug-of-war; but I believe the struggle is healthy. As a homeschooling mother of seven, I place a high priority on God’s calling to care for our own children; however, I also feel a […]

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Finding Peace in God’s Presence

By monthly contributor, Ann Dunagan of Harvest Ministry ‘Tis the season to be jolly . . . yet often overly busy. Writing Christmas cards. Decorating the house. Buying and wrapping presents. Cooking. Baking. Preparing for parties and hospitality. Getting ready for church events. Just thinking about all these things we “need” to do can be […]

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Teaching Our Girls to Cry

By monthly contributor, Ann Dunagan of Harvest Ministry Right now is a very exciting time in the life of our girls. Our oldest daughter, Christi (a recent college grad), is now engaged to an awesome third-generation missionary from Niger, West Africa; our brand-new daughter-in-law, Anna, is working with our son to pioneer a new mission […]

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Q & A’s for Mission-Minded Families: HOMESCHOOLING

by monthly contributor, Ann Dunagan, of Harvest Ministry This month marks the beginning of our family’s 21st year of homeschooling. It’s because of God’s grace that we’ve been in this adventure for over two decades; and it’s only by God’s grace that I can confidently say, “We’re still in it for the long-haul!” On this […]

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Money & Mission-Minded Families

By monthly contributor, Ann Dunagan of Harvest Ministry. As Christian families, we need God’s perspective on finances, and a vision for how our resources can help to expand His kingdom – especially in tough times. In our family’s living room, a small handcrafted treasure chest displays simple coins from around the world. Most of the […]

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3 Mission-Minded Family Dynamics

by Passionate Homemaking’s monthly contributor, Ann Dunagan. God has a destiny for you and for your family. He has an individual plan for each member, as well as a “corporate” purpose for you as a family unit. As a mom, God will help you to train each child toward God’s mission for his or her life, and […]

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