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A July 4th Like None Other

This year we Bennetts enjoyed an unprecented 4th of July celebration! We’ve never had a July 4th like it before – it was a special day that will be long remembered! To kick it off, the weekend before the fourth of July, Jonathan, Matthew and Daniel participated in a 5K Terrain Race with some guys

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Patriotic Family Photos

Here are the pictures from our photo shoot a few weeks ago! Only one week till our Tribute to America at Nelson Hall, so we’re busy practicing plenty of patriotic music! “And if it seem evil unto you to serve the LORD, choose you this day whom ye will serve; …but as for me and

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Thankful for Dad

This past week was Father’s Day and Dad’s birthday! We’re grateful for Dad and the way he has led our family and encourages us to make God’s Word the authority for our lives. May the mind of Christ my SaviorLive in me from day to day,By His love and pow’r controllingAll I do and say.-Kate

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Memorial Day… and more!

We in the Bennett household are full throttle into patriotic season! We’ve done a few concerts, and are preparing for more to come. But besides music, we’ve done a few other things within the past couple weeks… Dad was asked to present a two-hour workshop on the Constitution of the United States. He gave an

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This n’ that

The past few weeks have been full of fun family times, beautiful spring weather, and preparations for upcoming events and concerts. On Susanna’s birthday, her younger siblings took her on a surprise visit to a local park for a brief walk in the woods together. At first, we were “on the fence” about how to

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To Florida and Back

This year we headed to Florida in March – the earliest we’ve ever gone – and what a great trip we had. Having made this trip annually for nearly ten years, we missed having Matthew, Kathryn and Daniel with us for many familiar stops and experiences. We don’t always get ourselves down to the beach

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Winter Snap

January in New England is typically snowy. This year our winter has been warm with icy snaps of arctic air in between. Our first real winter storm brought soggy snow that turned into rain and iced every tiny branch with glacier beauty. We reveled in the sparkling wonderland in the day and glistening moonlight at

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