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The Heart of the Matter Home School Online Conference 

Sterling Silver Teach Your Children Bracelet

won by Crystal

Share HIS Story was pleased to be a sponsor of The Heart of the Matter Home Schooling Online Conference.  Crystal won Share HIS Story’s new Teach Your Children’s Bracelet based on Deuteronomy 6:5-7:“Love the LORD your God with all your heart (Heart with cross charm) and with all your soul and with all your strength.  These Commandments that I give to you today are to be upon your hearts.  Impress them upon your children (ABC charm).  Talk to them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road,when you lie down and when you get up.”

Crystal‘s bracelets (shown above) represents her 4 children’s birthstones (October, August, March and March) and is the Sterling Silver Bracelet.  She shared this with us when she received word of winning…. “I am very excited about winning the Teach Your Children Bracelet.  It looks so pretty and I am sure it will be a reminder everyday that I wear it of what special things God has done for my family.  THANK YOU!”

The Teach Your Children Bracelet is available in either sterling silver or silver plated can be seen at Share HIS Story

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Beautiful Sterling Silver Cross

This beautiful sterling silver cross measures 1 1/2  inch tall (including bale) and 3/4 inches wide. It is a feminine, delicate cross yet has some visual substance.  1/4″ deep.  It is smooth and the fine workmanship is evident.  It comes with an 18 inch box sterling silver chain.    It is packaged in an anti tarnish bag, and an organza gift bag, ready for gift giving! 

Retail value:  $28.50

As you can tell, we love stories at Share HIS Story.  Our company is based on Sharing God Stories by Sharing Our Stories.  As Mother Day’s approaches we want to hear the stories of Mothers and how God has used them in our life.  To encourage you to share your inspirational stories and lessons from our moms — we are offering  a beautiful cross (shown above) on a sterling chain as a ‘thank you’ for the most inspirational story.  Stories must be submitted by either replying to this posting or by sending them to sandy@sharehisstory.comWe look forward to receiving your inspirational stories and will pick the winner on May 15th.  Be sure to leave your email address so we can contact you if you win.  All appropriate stories will be posted on this site, the Share His Story blog  . Stories will be read by a a friend who will select the most inspirational story posted.  We will send the author of the story selected the beautiful sterling cross shown above.

To help you get started, Jan shares this endearing story of her Mother….

Moms can be so inspirational, even when they’re not trying…. Isn’t that true?  Here’s a story I reflect on, as I think about what I can teach my daughters just through my daily actions.  I grew up an Air Force kid, moving around the globe every 2 or 3 years.  But we were fortunate to live in beautiful upstate New York for seven years.  Base housing was small and simple, but my mom made the most out of each home we lived in…. including using the snow banks in our backyard, during the winter, as her freezer whenever needed.  I’ll never forget that Christmas Eve night, when she had placed her homemade pumpkin pie on the snow bank in back yard to cool.  Calling to my brother to bring the pie in, he rushes into the kitchen, announcing ‘Linus grabbed it!’  The neighborhood dog (no leash laws in the 60’s!) had grabbed our long-anticipated pie and had run off with it, leaving only the tin behind.  The 3 of us children stared at her in horror, wondering how she would react and how our Christmas Eve would be impacted. 

 

Mom simply picked up the phone, gently talked to the other Mom who owned Linus, and within minutes, we had a frozen cake on our table, compliments of our neighbors.  She made light of the entire situation, claiming that even Linus needed a homemade treat one in awhile, and we could take joy in the frozen cake, now couldn’t we?  And enjoy it we did, as we giggled and laughed about the hungry dog.

 

Perhaps this is a simple story to most readers, but to a young 10 year old girl, it had a profound impact on me.  I didn’t know the words for what God was showing me at that time, but now I recognize it as forgiveness and grace, extended to our neighbor, and our neighbor’s desire to ‘make right’ what had happened.  What a strong message and lesson to children. 

I challenge myself every day, asking myself if God’s grace and forgiveness shows up through me.  Sometimes it does, and honestly, sometimes it doesn’t.  I continually ask Him for behaviors to shine through to my girls, through me, that demonstrate the grace that God extends freely to us.  Thank you, Mom, for that powerful lesson!

 

 We look forward to receiving your inspirational stories and will pick the winner on May 15th.  Be sure to leave your email address so we can contact you if you win.

 

 

 ”May your father and mother be glad; may she who gave you birth rejoice!” Proverbs 23:25

 

Happy Mother’s Day

Sandra

 

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