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Quick Introduction

I am Cass wife to Redwingsfan (he is a big Hockey fan LOL) we are just starting our journey and have found this site to be such a blessing.

A few years ago my husband and I were laying in bed chatting and I happened to mention how I thought the women of the Bible to be so lucky. We have three children and keeping up with them and the housework was daunting and exhausting. At that point I hadn’t had many female friends since I left High School and those that I did have my husband did not care for and really they were not good influences. I happened to mention how I didn’t understand why and or where in the Bible it tells us to have momoagamous relationships. So the discussion began and here we are. I hope I am making sense.

I tend to have a different outlook than most women I have met. I see the prospect of my husband taking another wife to be very exciting. Thinking of my husband loving another woman as he loves me fills my heart with Joy I find myself wishing all of my friends had a husband such as mine for he is a true Gem. I am looking forward to getting to know everyone here as we move forward on this incredible journey.

May the Love and Peace of our Lord be with you,



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Category: [category]Religion[/category]




A Promise Kept: Introduction

Hello everybody! I managed to cut down on the pages in my paper by changing the format just a tad: I single-spaced instead of double spaced. Hopefully that will help.

The name of my paper is "An Examination of Three Family Forms". Here it begins:

Supporting families requires understanding them: their settings, forms, elements, challenges, and benefits. Dorothy Holin Sailor published “Supporting Children in Their Home, School, and Community” in 2004 as a resource for Family Life Education students. Sailor addresses basic concepts of family life, including eight family forms: the nuclear family, the single-parent family, the blended family, the teen parent family, the foster family, the adoptive family, the kinship-care family, and the homosexual family. Sailor briefly explains each family form, exploring their structures, challenges, and strengths. This paper explores Sailor’s analysis of the single parent and homosexual family forms, and one form Sailor does not examine, the polygynous family, and offers a personal perspective on the book’s content and my application to the FLE field.


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Site Description: Christianity forum

Category: [category]Religion[/category]



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