Posted by Watermark on November 24, 2013 | Filed under: Uncategorized
What does the Bible say about getting along with family?
Benjamin Franklin is known for famously saying, “….but in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes” and we could safely add to his quote, conflict.
Chances are you are either going through, or coming out of, conflict with a family member. While conflict is never fun, it can be a great opportunity for everyone involved to grow in their understanding of grace and truth. Below you will find some resources to help you handle conflict in a way that honors God and the person you are in conflict with.
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Posted by Watermark on August 15, 2012 | Filed under: Brokenness
In the spring of 2010, Dorothy “Boots” Lee and Peggy Ladd saw life as they knew it turned upside down overnight.
Boots: I lost my husband Jim in February. So I just left behind everything I knew in Tennessee to move closer to family in Dallas. Those were some awfully lonely days. My life felt like a blank slate. I had to learn how to live alone for the first time ever.
Posted by Watermark on July 24, 2011 | Filed under: Uncategorized
“Sometimes it makes me mad when I hear people saying that they need to go out of the country to be on mission,” said Ashley Marie Eckstein. “There’s a field right here in Dallas. I really view my job as a mission… and that mission is in the classroom.
Posted by Watermark on July 20, 2011 | Filed under: Uncategorized
GLOW: A Day of Beauty at Watermark was much more than a day of pampering for women served by our partner ministries throughout the city. It was a day for volunteers at Watermark to help further ongoing relationships we have with women at Cornerstone Baptist Church, Union Gospel Mission’s Center of Hope, Exodus, and other ministries for women in need.
Posted by Watermark on July 10, 2011 | Filed under: Uncategorized
“In the last couple of months, the news has been filled with images, posts and conspiracies regarding Osama Bin Laden’s death. These images take me back almost 10 years ago when I was a new college graduate working in New York. My first job was as a stockbroker working in the World Trade Center,” said Nathan Harness.