Friday, December 19, 2008
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Thursday, June 26, 2008
Wednesday, June 11, 2008
1.) Curl up with your Bible and a good devotional book. Why not use the extra time indoors to learn more about our Creator? If you're looking for ideas on some great devotionals to check out, try So Much More by the Botkin sisters, or Every Young Woman's Battle by Shannon Ethridge and Stephen Arterburn.
2.) Thank the Lord for His blessings and pray for those who are homeless and out in the rain with no place to go. If you've got the rainy day blues, this is a great way to put things in perspective.
3.) Exercise! Dance to your favorite Christian music in your bedroom, or memorize Bible verses while stretching your muscles with jumping jacks, push-ups, and curl-ups. Keep moving to make your whole body feel better.
4.) Ask a parent what he or she could use help with, and do whatever they ask joyfully. You might not feel like washing dishes or vacuuming floors, but you will have the joy of honoring your parents and being a blessing to your family.
5.) Write a letter or an email to someone you haven't seen for a while and ask how you can pray for them.
6.) Give each other makeovers, foot rubs, or back massages. Take a few minutes to make your mother or sister feel beautiful and let her know you appreciate her.
7.) Bake a favorite dessert to share with family and friends. (Our sister Julie is great at keeping our sweet tooths satisfied!)
8.) Watch a TV show or video that your family can enjoy and discuss together. (You can find some hilarious Christian comedy tapes these days. We like Ken Davis, Brad Stine, and Tim Hawkins.)
9.) Paint a picture or a card for someone who's feeling sick or lonely.
10.) Clean and organize your room. If you're in the mood for an overhaul, this could be a great place to start! Having a clean room helps keep stress to a minimum, and reduces your risk of losing things. (Katie does a great job keeping her room from getting cluttered.)
Sunday, June 8, 2008
Well, here we are! The Three Stooges, Three Musketeers, Three Amigos, whatever you want to call us, we are the Guntzel girls. From left to right it's Katie, Amy, Julie (reverse age order), but we all answer to all three names, so don't feel bad if you get mixed up! We finally decided to come to grips with the twenty-first century and create a blog. We hope that you will stop by often, and leave a comment when you do!