On Tuesday, September 27th Signature Healthcare hosted a dinner to welcome our new Signature Moms Bloggers and introduce them to our current bloggers. We were able to take the time to find out more about our newest bloggers and hope you enjoy learning more about them in the video below!
By: Sandy Churchill As a homeschooler, almost anything can be a learning opportunity—but engaging in the political process is brimming with hands-on lessons, patriotic conversation, and controversial talking points. Our ten year-old is a political enthusiast who enjoys staying up to watch televised debates with as much zest as he expresses for some of … More Embracing Democracy
By: Carolyn Coleman This is the word I think of when I think of my son. My son turned 16 a few days ago and I thank GOD every day for such an amazing gift. I look at him and I see joy and happiness; I see a young man with a great heart and … More Wow!
You may think you know the story of the first Thanksgiving, but it turns out that many of the details are myths! Read through this fun infographic to learn the real story behind Thanksgiving. [Source: Today I Found Out]
By: Carolyn Coleman I recently joined a women’s bible study group. First of all, I must say that it is not your typical bible study class. One of the first topics we discussed was, “What are your natural gifts?” Before this question was asked, I never really thought about my gifts. Honestly, I didn’t think I … More What Are Your Gifts?
By Janice Johnson-Plumer As I finally sit down after a day that I committed to doing nothing, this topic came across my mind. Nene Lekes, a housewife on Bravo’s ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta,’ has been quoted as saying, “I am just a hustler, I’m a grinder. I’m a worker bee.” This is a woman who … More Can Women Have It All?
By: Sandra L. Churchill At the beginning of November, Catholics celebrate All Saints Day, a holy day that honors ordinary people who did extra-ordinary things—heroes of faith. Sharing some “highlights” of some famous and some lesser-known saints with my CCD class, I was inspired by the acts of seemingly “ordinary” people. Some overcame illness and … More Ordinary People