Scrapbooking | RV Lifestyle | Internet Sites | Non-Profit

Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens..... Bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens..... Brown paper packages tied up with strings…These Are A Few Of My Favorite Links!


Dmarie is a great place to shop or just to visit. I have ordered scrapbook supplies on an afternoon and had them sitting on my doorstep the next morning. I also enjoy the scrapbook ideas, bulletin boards and other resources at this site.

Creating Keepsakes is the number one scrapbook magazine. It is filled with page ideas, great articles, and plenty of advertisements of the latest must-have tools to drool over.

Memory Makers is another wonderful magazine. Being the compulsive scrapbooker that I am, I subscribe to both magazines.

Lettering Delights is a font-lovers paradise. I have horrible printing so I rarely write on my pages. But that doesn't mean I fail to journal, I just record my stories using one of these crazy or beautiful fonts.

Creative Memories is how I began scrapbooking. My mother bought my two sisters-in-law and me a beginner's package of scrapbook supplies. I put mine on a shelf for over a year until another friend agreed to go to a class with me. Now I'm addicted.

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RV Lifestyle

Tiffin Motorhomes is the maker of the gorgeous Allegro Bus that we are using. If you have ever considered owning an RV, this should be your first stop; it will probably be your last. In my opinion, it just doesn't get much better than this.

For more information on the RV lifestyle, visit the following helpful sites.

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Internet Sites

Screenit.com should be book marked on every parent's computer. Whenever my children want to see a movie, I simply visit this site and read about every attitude, questionable word, or flash of flesh in the movie. I can then make a more informed decision about whether we should see it as a family or wait until the Dove Foundation releases the airline version. www.screenit.com

The Dove Foundation is a non-profit organization that I am proud to be a part of. They are involved in providing family entertainment for children in hospitals as well as keeping the pressure on Hollywood to produce more quality movies for families. I am most excited about their newest venture, the provision of movies that have been edited for airlines. This way we can watch some of the otherwise fun movies without all the added "spice". www.dove.org

Womens Ministry.net This is a great site from the ministry of my friend Jennifer Rothschild. You can go to this site and find Chrisitian women speakers, singers, musicians, etc. Plus, you can sign up for Jennifer's bi-weekly e-mail newsletter which is full of great information about women's ministry. womensministry.net

Multnomahbook.com has a great section called "Author Talk" where you can hear, and see, authors telling about their books in their own words. Go see if you can find me.

Focus on the Family provides ministry, information and resources for families who desire to build a strong home built on godly principles. I am proud to be a part of this family. www.fotf.org

I have spoken for this phenomenal organization on a number of occasions. I wish you could see some of the amazing pro-life commercials they produce. They know how to approach this subject with grace, professionalism and power. www.vitaecaringfoundation.org

If you’ve read my book, “The Facts of Life and Other Lessons My Father Taught Me” then you may recall a couple of stories regarding my finances. The first story talks about how I lost all of the money I made on television and the other story tells about how I got my Mickey Mouse ears from ebay. In both of these stories Compassion International played an integral part. In each case I felt the Lord leading me to give money to this organization. The first time I didn’t do it; the second time I did. I have learned time and time again that we can never outgive God. www.compassion.com

You can download this amazing software program directly from their website and if you have children I recommend you do that right away. This is the best parental Internet control program I have ever seen. It does a great job of blocking your children from visiting the sites you find inappropriate. It also has additional features so that you can determine exactly how long and when your child can access the Internet. You can also have it send a daily email to your email address showing you every address your child visited and it can even log their Instant Messenger conversations if you are concerned about any of their friendships. www.cybersitter.com

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Non-profit organizations

World Vision is a ministry that we have supported for almost ten years. Our family has a picture of a little girl that we sponsor from Ethiopia on our refrigerator. As a homeschool family we have learned about other cultures. As an American family we have learned to appreciate our abundance. As a Christian family we have learned to reach out. And as the Cauble family, we have learned to pray. Are these any lessons your family could afford to learn for twenty-five dollars a month? www.worldvision.org

Joni and Friends, the disability outreach of Joni Eareckson Tada, is dedicated to extending the love and message of Christ to people who are affected by disability, whether it is the disabled person, a family member, or friend. Their objective is to meet the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of this group of people in practical ways

I was touched as a teenager by reading Joni's autobiography, and now my two daughters have both been blessed by her testimony. It is our family's privilege to help Joni reach out to the disabled community with sensitivity, love and hope. www.joniandfriends.org

Prison Fellowship Ministries is the ministry headed up by Chuck Colson a man of great integrity and wisdom. He is doing a mighty job working within the prison system, as well as motivating the Christians to live a life that makes a difference in this world. I'm thankful for his work and we are thrilled to be a part of it. www.pfm.org

WowJam is a ministry based out of my home church. I have known Steve and Linda Tavani for years and have watched them pour themselves out to the inner cities with their heart and souls, with the emphasis on soul. They don't call it a WowJam for nothing! Steve and Linda pull up in a giant eighteen-wheeler, that transforms into a stage, where they rock the house, or park, or wherever else there are hurting people. Check out their site and consider volunteering for this unique outreach if they are coming anywhere near your hometown. www.wowjam.com

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