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Meeting Monday with Anne Marie from Future Flying Saucers

Thank you for allowing me to visit with you for just a few moments and introduce myself. I am the writer and administrator of Future.Flying.Saucers.

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I am a Stay At Home mom with two of the silliest children (RB and Sweet Cheeks) in South Carolina. They get their silliness from their Daddy.


 I have been a teacher in public, private and Christian schools. I teach women's Bible studies. I am involved in Children's Ministry... And I homeschool. This is, hands down, the HARDEST thing I have ever done. Parenting in itself is hard, but when you add schooling on top of it, it becomes a daily challenge. I won't even pretend to be a "perfect blogging home school mom." That is not me. I don't want this blog to be focused on home schooling. Yes, it is what my family has chosen to do; and yes, I am passionate about it. However, there is more to my life than homeschool... ...like Awana. I am one of the Awana Commanders at my church and I teach the Bible lessons each week. For years my husband has encouraged me to freely publish the Bible curriculum that I develop. So this blog is my attempt to help others in ministry spread the gospel of Jesus by posting my Bible lessons each week. I also post articles as I am learning from adult Bible studies. And then I post fun, silly, family posts that help make life interesting and joyful.

I want this blog to be a place where I can be honest. Life is hard. Let's be real.
I want this blog to glorify God and edify my brothers and sisters in Christ.
I want this blog to help others teach children about Jesus.

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I try to love the Lord with all my heart, soul, mind, and strength. And it's not easy. Being a Christian is not easy, but it is worth the price paid. After all, Jesus paid with His life. I'd love to have you join the FFS community. Fly on over for a visit or "like" the Facebook page. Either way, the trip is sure to be eventful!

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