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Craft Cabinet

I wanted to find a way to store our crafts to where my son couldn't get to them when he starts walking.  I decided on getting a cabinet like we had in the kitchen to where I could use a latch on the handles to secure it.  Before, we had the crafts in these storage bins: Now, they are organized into this cabinet that takes up less space in the closet and creates a place that we can lock up. I plan on getting more of these cabinets eventually, one for the homeschool room to store the tacks, magnets, paper clips, etc. and another for the closet to store homeschool things that I'm saving for Zach.  Right now, I have an open bookcase in the closet with grades K-2 books and supplies but it will be more convenient to have those locked up as well and also to cut down on dust! In other news, my daughter Katie cooked us dinner last night (Tacos)!  This is the 2nd meal she has cooked for us and she can't wait till she can do it all - neither can I!!

Living in God's Will for Right Now

We are waiting on what God wants us to do, whether it be a call to the ministry or just a call to being a church member.  I used to be offended but now I laugh when people think my husband is a minister and then they say "Oh, you are JUST a church member."  I'm glad to be JUST a church member because that is what God wants me to be right now and I'm not trying to impress anyone but Him. I think it is a VERY serious thing to step into the ministry because not only do you have to give an account for those you minister over and how you ministered - you could destroy people with your ministry if it isn't kept in check.  Destroy them for eternity!  Does anyone not think of that when they attend a Seminary or become a preacher?  I've seen several count it as nothing, like it was just something to do to get recognition for being something "great" in God - then they go out and destroy other people with their wacky jack doctrines. James 3:1 My breth