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Jennifer Flanders

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Jennifer Flanders graduated from Dallas Baptist University with a BS in Mathematics, then went on to do two years of graduate work in the same field at Southern Methodist University before she and her husband started their family, which has grown now to include twelve children and four grandsons (so far). She loves to read, write, teach, work in the garden, and do all sorts of handcrafts. LOVE YOUR HUSBAND/LOVE YOURSELF is her first book.

3 Life Lessons from Father

It has been nearly 12 years since I lost my dear Daddy to cancer, but the wonderful life lessons he taught me live on, alongside a heart full of fond memories. What follows are a few of my favorites, reposted from the archives in honor of Father’s Day.


3 Life Lessons from Father


It was a stupid thing to do. That much is obvious.


Normally, I would have spent recess swinging or sliding or riding on the merry-go-round. But...

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“You may have tangible wealth untold; caskets of jewels and coffers of gold. Richer than I you can never be. I had a mother who read to me.”
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