Denise Harlow
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Denise Harlow encouragement for today's leaders, mothers, & pastor's wives About Denise Blog Podcast subscribe Partner Sites Parkview Christian Church Tim Harlow Navigation About Denise Blog Podcast subscribe Partner Sites Parkview Christian Church Tim Harlow Remember to Cherish the Moments-- Before you know it, Your baby will be a Bride June 16, 2016 by Denise Harlow My youngest daughter, Becca, got married three days ago, and it was one of our family’s most important and joyous life moments. In the aftermath of the wedding, I am reflecting on various memories and moments with this beautiful young woman. On this special occasion, I first want to share moments I don’t regret from our family and ministry and, secondly, some of the special memories I have of you, Rebecca. To all of you moms of babies and younger children, I hope this encourages you to not rush through life and take time to enjoy moments and to do the important things. Here are some things I did that I don’t regret doing: Praying as a family before meals, at night, and before you left for school so you would know how important you are to God. Making you go to church and class every Sunday—yet figuring how to make it the best for you, so you would know how important worshipping God is. Holding the laughter back so you would know I would be someone you could talk to and that I would take your frustrations seriously. Reading you Bible stories so you’d know our amazing God and how He wants us to live. Having family dinners, so you’d have a time and place we could be together and share moments from our day… even if they were bad days, quick dinners, or fast food. Sending you to church camp, conferences, and retreats with the church youth group so you’d learn to know what fun being a Christian is and that you’d learn to love Jesus. Getting you a dog so you would overcome your fears and experience the sweet companionship of a pet. (Becca and I both are dog people!) Sending you overseas on mission’s trips so you’d see how privileged you are, how serving others matters, and that God uses ordinary people, even though it tested my own faith. Attending all your concerts, recitals, Madrigal dinners, and soccer games, even though I sometimes had other things I wanted to do. Modeling how to serve God, having a ministry job and still making my family feel important. Making you do chores around the house so you’d know the importance of work, helping, and being responsible. Allowing you to serve at church so you, too, could serve God and were important to His kingdom, even though it might mean I’d have to drive you to church one more time. Being home when you got home from a trip so I didn’t miss your chatter, excitement, stories, and memories. Helping you be your best, spiritually, emotionally, and physically, so you might have self-confidence to live for Christ. Allowing you to have friends over to our house even though it was more work, less privacy, and less rest for your dad and I, so I could know your friends and what they were like. Not allowing you to talk rude to your sisters without consequences so that one day you would be best friends and be each other’s “Maids/Matrons of Honor.” Taking a weekend away with you alone to read and talk about self-esteem, insecurity, and healthy God-made sex, all so you might have a stronger marriage one day, and in hopes you wouldn’t fall into Satan’s schemes and lies of how great promiscuity is. Allowing you to go to college far away, so you might develop your heart and mind and meet the amazing young man who is now your husband. Special Memories I’ll never forget: When you were baby Jesus at church at the age of 2-? months old and your daddy was Joseph. Your eyes connected with his as he sang “Joseph’s Song.” When you would toddle around following your two big sisters, being game to be in their shows, and being taught how to curtsy. Hearing you talk without your “r’s” – the woods (words) you would say in your precious little voice still are strong in my memory. Seeing how you loved to swim even at as a little toddler. Seeing you in the pink ballerina outfit you got for Christmas day after day after day after day… until I finally talked you into letting me wash it. Seeing you go from terrified of dogs to having long sweet conversations with our little dogs. You’ve always been my dog girl! Letting you watch “Arthur” every day after kindergarten while having a special lunch mom had made you. Watching you walk up the slide on the bunk beds your daddy had made while holding my breath! Seeing how excited you were when I’d make “box macamoni and cheese.” (Sorry, girls, it was her favorite and such a bummer it wasn’t healthy!) Watching you admire your sisters and the cool activities they were in. Sitting with you through many school band concerts until it was your turn. Hearing you practice the piano so many hours. Seeing you so excited for Vacation Bible School that you could hardly sleep the night before. Watching you lug that big ole French horn to school for band. Taking you to the orthodontist and then getting a milkshake for that hurting mouth full of braces. Seeing your proud smile after those braces came off. Watching you love serving little children at church. Seeing you so involved in your youth group. Watching how you would communicate and interact in Spanish with the Costa Ricans and help with eye exams so they could get glasses then saying to me “Mom, that older woman cried when I put the glasses on her!” Seeing how you loved going on missions trips and how you would lead 2nd grade children in Africa in VBS with very little notice, tag-teaming with your family. Seeing how mad you’d get at your sister because she’d borrow something and not put it back. (You know who you are, L!) Laughing our heads off so many times in life after some crazy experiences! The day you were baptized into Christ!! And then your dad, you, and I were all baptized together in the Jordan River! The day you married Andrew Deming and the fun we had celebrating. I love you, Becca Harlow Deming, and I always will! Love, Mom ***Pictures of Becca & Andy’s wedding were taken by Waller Weddings. June 16, 2016 /Denise Harlow family, Decisions, Raising Children, motherhood Comment The Most Effective Prayers I Have Ever Prayed May 02, 2016 by Denise Harlow I believe in the power of prayer. I have prayer journals I have kept over the years of daily prayer subjects—not sentences written out, but single words I prayed about. ("New Year - Renewed Commitment")Read More May 02, 2016 /Denise Harlow prayer Comment Adding to the Family? Blessings Overflow. April 15, 2016 by Denise Harlow About six years ago, during our youngest daughter Becca’s junior year of high school, she says to me... “Mom, can my friend Barbora from the Czech Republic come live for us for a semester?” Now, Becca’s question really through me a curve...Read More April 15, 2016 /Denise Harlow family, multi-cultural Comment Creative Parenting in Ministry March 07, 2016 by Denise Harlow I grew up with parents who were evangelists. What that meant in the 60’s and 70’s is my dad, along with three brothers traveled as a quartet and held revivals all over the country. (check out the quartet!) (Side note for you youngsters: Revivals were nightly church services that lasted one week, two weeks, or even a month that were held at a church with guest musicians and preachers to “revive” and grow a congregation.) That was my world!Read More March 07, 2016 /Denise Harlow family, ministry Comment LEADING TIPS FROM SOMEONE WHO LEARNED THE HARD WAY February 01, 2016 by Denise Harlow I led the worship department at Parkview Christian Church for 20 years, where I started on staff with me, myself, and I. But as the years progressed and the church grew, the worship staff did also and in my final years, I was leading a staff of 11 paid staff plus interns, and over 300 volunteers. I’ll be honest, I had no management training in college. Unfortunately, most people who are educated for Ministry are not taught these things, and they should be.Read More February 01, 2016 /Denise Harlow leadership, tips Comment NEW YEAR—RENEWED COMMITMENT January 12, 2016 by Denise Harlow As we enter a New Year, many of us get a new determination to change some things in our lives. For me, it has often been about weight loss, exercise, organization in my home, and, of course, renewed commitment to my personal prayer and Bible study time. December has a way of stealing many of my Bible study and prayer times, and that is pretty sad since the season is supposed to be about my Savior, Jesus. The last several years have been better because I became an empty nester. Yes, to-do lists try to steal my attention and time, but I have managed better.Read More January 12, 2016 /Denise Harlow bible study, spiritual life Comment Recipes (do-ahead) December 21, 2015 by Denise Harlow - Country Club Eggs—Our Christmas Breakfast! - Stuffed Giant Shells - Bubble Loaf Read More December 21, 2015 /Denise Harlow home, food Comment Four Days Left??!!! Don't Panic! December 21, 2015 by Denise Harlow Women across the country are panicking… Christmas is in four days??!! It’s funny—I don’t recall seeing any men stressed out because of Christmas, do you? One reason for the difference in attitudes is I believe we women put so many high expectations and added pressure on ourselves! So do this with me, okay? Take a deep breath. And another. (Psychologists say this helps clear the brain and calm us!Read More December 21, 2015 /Denise Harlow holidays, home Comment Stone heart? Thought Attack!!! Give Away! December 09, 2015 by Denise Harlow I confess I sometimes catch myself being apathetic or even stone-hearted—especially when I am so busy, like in December. Sadly, it is true. It might be as drastic as ignoring someone who needs something, or it might be a sudden realization I am having thoughts or attitudes that are not very nice towards someone else—not even close to what God would want. At all of these moments, I decide one of two things: either I don’t care how I am acting or thinking. (Maybe even enjoying it! Yikes!) OR I choose to change my actions and thoughts, and therefore my attitude, by thinking about God’s Word and what He would want me to do.Read More December 09, 2015 /Denise Harlow spiritual life, bible study Comment CALENDARING CHRISTMAS (NOT TO BE CONFUSED WITH SKIPPING CHRISTMAS!) December 05, 2015 by Denise Harlow Growing up, I didn’t know being organized was a skill. I thought everyone was organized. But I have since learned that I am an organized and administrative person. When I took the DISC test, I was about as high on the “S” (stable) and “C” (conscientious) as you can get, and on the Animal test, I am a beaver and golden retriever. (My husband was totally the opposite!!) What these both clue us in on is, is that I could become obsessed and over-the-top on organizing my life. And I do realize many of you are not. You would never ask for labelers, notebooks, staplers, or anything that resembles those things as gifts… (Not saying that I would!) But I have found that by getting organized at the beginning of a season like Christmas, can really help! Read More December 05, 2015 /Denise Harlow holidays, calendar Comment Newer Older THE BLOG bible study calendar Decisions family food holidays home leadership ministry motherhood multi-cultural prayer Raising Children spiritual life tips June 2016 May 2016 April 2016 March 2016 February 2016 January 2016 December 2015 November 2015 Whois

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