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    1. Thanks, friend! Thank you for taking on the 30 day peace devotional with me earlier in the year. I am still mulling over some of the angles brought up!

  1. I waited until I had time to read this and it was wonderful; some of it brought tears to my eyes when talking about Jesus and what He did for us on the cross is so unbelievable! This is such a great reading – thanks Charity for sharing this.

  2. I actually remember these days you are describing because of raising our kids together; your Mother and I. I was laughing out loud on some things – I remember as if it was yesterday. She would watch the kids and get them busy w/something and I would clean her kitchen. LOL We made a good friend team!!

    I love this too! Brings back a lot of ‘great memories!’

  3. Awww, love you sweet girl! What a beautiful celebration and I know it will be a wonderful memory for Olivia and family! I remember my first honey tasting around your table…I laughed, learned and tasted amazing food! Thank you for sharing your table with so many!

  4. First of all, the children are beautiful and the write-ups on the honey make them sound so delicious and what a choice! Can’t beat that for having all kinds of honey on the pancakes!! M-m-m-m-m-m-m-good!! Your children and other children are so blessed that you can teach them all about bees and honey! That’s wonderful!!

  5. Reminiscent of my childhood and a blast from the past. God and Bees brought back fond memories of days gone by with my grandfather and the innocent days of growing up with childhood imaginations and fun. This book is timeless, educational and just a fun read overall. Thank you Charity for reminding me that “God made bees, just like He made me and you, & I believe we can learn a lot from each other, even if it stings a little.”

  6. Riveting!!! I felt every emotion humanly possible in Charity Mack’s book “THE UNSEEN.”
    Reading this book, I was on the edge of my seat seeing the story play out in my mind’s eye! As a reader, you are awakened to the “UNSEEN” reality in our communities today, and inspired to move on behalf of the precious valuable lives impacted by human trafficking. Charity brings into the light the subtle ways one can be deceived and hope in how we can all make a difference!

  7. Wow, Charity, wow! You’ve been busy and in such a wonderful way. Your kids must be almost grown – it’s been so long since we last connected. I’m still in Williamsburg and spending a fair amount of time on my painting, which is my happy place. Also doing some freelance writing through a marketing agency for the Riverside Hospital group.