The first day of school is right around the corner isn’t it? My oldest son works for Wal-Mart. Recently, during his over night shift he was stocking the school supplies on the shelves all night long. Parents will soon be … Continue reading The New School Year
“Furry!” It sounds so cute doesn’t it? The word makes me think of a little dog with too much fur that cuddles up next to me. That may be what comes to your mind as well, but that isn’t at … Continue reading The Furry Phenomenon
A common liberal assertion I took a class entitled “The New Testament as Literature” my sophomore year in college. The professor told the class that the historicityof the person of Jesus was contested, and because of this, scholarshad serious doubts … Continue reading I learned in college the bible couldn’t be trusted. What’s the truth?
If the answer is “yes,” then my second question is, do you know how snapchat works? If you are like me, then you have trouble keeping up with all of the apps and technology out there. My wife helps me … Continue reading Does Your Child Snapchat?
Physical Toughness When I was playing college baseball, I remember a particularly hot day at practice when our coach kept making the team run lap after lap after lap around the ballfield. Every time we stopped at home plate after … Continue reading Spiritual Toughness
If you need toilet paper, paper towels or a medical mask, now is not the time to go shopping is it? And seriously……… who bought the last box of Macaroni and Cheese from Wal-Mart? How rude! As of this morning … Continue reading stayin alive, stayin alive…. Coronavirus and Kids
Are your children thankful? Of course, they aren’t always thankful, but as a general rule are they? We live in a culture today where many think they are entitled. Many feel that they deserve special treatment or privilege and are … Continue reading Thankful Children
I don’t get it October 31st! A day filled with cool weather, candy and little goblins, ghosts and devil’s running through the neighborhoods! The street that I live on has already been decorated with gravestones, witches, dead people (mannequins of … Continue reading Halloween: I don’t get it
Praying together as a family is a way to submit to God’s rule over your home. It should be natural for us to take time during our day and, together with our children, approach Christ’s throne of grace. One practice … Continue reading Worship Through Prayer: The Manna Box
Being a Family on Mission Do you have a plan for getting your children involved in missions? When we think of missions, Matthew 28:19-20 typically comes to mind. This is the classic passage where Jesus commissions the disciples after his … Continue reading Be a Family on Mission
Have you ever heard the saying, “seeing is believing?” This is a proverb and means, “you need to see something before you can accept that it really exists or occurs.” Sometimes we have to be shown our sin by others … Continue reading Helping your Children See Their Sin: For Families to Read Together