Brenna Phillips

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Name: Brenna Phillips
Date registered: June 23, 2007

Latest posts

  1. Find your resonate tribe — April 25, 2017
  2. #communitymatters — April 11, 2017
  3. Who is in your world? — April 10, 2017
  4. Life in the Exclamation Points — March 31, 2017
  5. Hold on to God — March 28, 2017

Most commented posts

  1. Frozen Lemonade ice cream pie — 12 comments
  2. Graphing gingerbreads in preschool — 10 comments
  3. Learning what seeds and plants need to grow — 10 comments
  4. Strawberry preschool theme during National Strawberry Month (May) — 9 comments
  5. Cookie decorating in preschool — 9 comments

Author's posts listings

Apr 25

Find your resonate tribe

Resonance, in physics, explains the sense we have when we meet our people. Resonance occurs when an object’s natural vibration frequency responds to an external stimulus of the same frequency. If we know an object’s natural rate of vibration, we can make it vibrate without touching it. We are feeling something or experiencing something in …

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Apr 11

#communitymatters

We are designed and instructed to live in community with others. God’s Word encourages and urges us to be compassionate and kind. We must forgive and love. We can’t do that unless we live in community and interact with others. All of our responsibilities and duties involve other people. We must live in community to …

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Apr 10

Who is in your world?

Ask yourself: Who is in your world? Who is in your circle? Who has God brought into your life? We can read and study for ourselves, but self study involves more than only ourselves in mind. God wants us to be a part of changing the lives of those around us. How are we reading …

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Mar 31

Life in the Exclamation Points

There is a Facebook feed going around posted by my favorite author Len Sweet about how we grow and develop through life. Life begins as a tiny dot, a period, and grows into a comma, a small curve opening up and spreading out from the dot. As we continue to develop and grow, we become more …

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Mar 28

Hold on to God

In my career these days I am given some pretty big tasks. I am a leader and must balance many people on the staff at work and juggle schedules to meet many needs and time schedules. Some days it is tough. And certain parts of the day are even tougher. We have time demands and …

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Mar 26

A Hammer and Nails

As Easter is approaching, we begin to think further about Jesus’ death on the cross. We think about His suffering. We think about the forgiveness He offers to us. We messed up. We sinned. Jesus was perfect and did no wrong, but He took our place on the cross. He offered us forgiveness for our …

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