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O Canada!

We enjoyed our visit to the beautiful province of Quebec to spend time with Grandmaman and also minister at L’Eglise Baptiste de la Beauce. Unfortunately we forgot to take any pictures of our concert, but we did get lots of other pictures through the week. 🙂 It has become a tradition to get a picture

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Hope for Life Walkathon

On a cloudy, cool morning we set off on our 10-mile walk to raise money for Hope Pregnancy Center in Cheshire (www.hopepregnancycenterct.org). This is a yearly tradition at our church, and this year we had about 20 participants. Hope for Life….for the unborn and their parents who come to Hope Pregnancy Center seeking help in

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August Recap

We thought we’d share some of the highlights of this past month – we are so grateful to God for all the special blessings He sends our way! Kathryn had been in a courtship with our family friend, Joel since January, and on August 1st he proposed to her! We were all present together with

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Independence Day

We have a tremendous heritage as American citizens, but unfortunately not many people take time to think about it. For the past six years our family has organized a public reading of the Declaration of Independence in our town on July 4th. In addition, we try to have something different each year about specific signers

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Family Picnic

Last weekend was the annual Extended Bennett Family Picnic at our uncle’s house. All of Dad’s brothers and sisters and a majority of our cousins were there, plus a handful of friends, so we had enough people to have four rotating teams for wiffleball. We always take a group picture….this year everyone under 27 was

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Daniel’s Graduation

This past weekend Daniel graduated from homeschool high school! As the youngest, his graduation marked the end of 30 years of dedicated homeschooling by Dad and Mom. Here are a few pictures of Daniel through the years…. Music has been a part of our family life since before he was born! Happy with his big

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Memorial Day

Each year for the past 10+ years we have participated in our town’s Memorial Day parade. This year one of the themes was the 100th anniversary of the United States’ involvement in World War I. Kathryn painted a simple representation of WWI soldiers to remember and honor those who served their country in that time.

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Mother’s Day

We praise God for Mom, and for the way she has so faithfully and diligently invested herself as a mother. We praise God for her godly spirit in motherhood – training and pointing each one of us to love the Lord, to live for Christ and to love and serve one another. We honor her,

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