Friday Finds 10-7-16

Friday Finds 10-7-16 Here are the latest I’ve read over the past couple of weeks that I thought were worth passing on. I call it “Friday Finds”. Enjoy. 1. Read George W. Bush’s speech at the African American Museum, 13 years after signing the bill to build it via...

Friday Finds 5-6-16

Friday Finds 5-6-16 Every other week, I share some interesting things I’ve stumbled upon. I lump these various blog posts, books, articles, or videos clips into these posts I call, “Friday Finds.” Here’s this week’s edition. Enjoy. 1. What are We Teaching Our Children? via Tim Elmore...

Friday Finds 3-25-16

Friday Finds 3-25-16 It’s the morning of Good Friday. This morning, I hope as you sip your cup of coffee you reflect on this powerful day: “Later, knowing that everything had now been finished, and so that the Scripture would be fulfilled, Jesus said, “I am...

Are You Failing As A Parent?

Are You Failing As A Parent?

I’ve noticed a theme lately. It’s one that has come from many well-meaning, super-intentional, godly parents. It’s this: They think they’re failing. I mean flat out swinging and missing in being the parents they want to be. Days, weeks, months and even years are marked by many great memories, but ultimately feelings of discouragement when it comes to leading those they care about most.

My Prayer Has Changed For My Kids: Maybe Yours Will Too

My Prayer Has Changed For My Kids: Maybe Yours Will Too

My kids were going to take the world by storm. When they were first born, there was no limit to the vision my wife and I had for them. We weren’t hopeful they would be good kids; we were hopeful they would change the world. And then at some point, something changed.

When It Comes To Your Kids, Are You Aiming Too Low?

When It Comes To Your Kids, Are You Aiming Too Low?

We’ve all heard the stories. It’s the stories parents share in Christmas cards and at cocktail parties. You know, those stories where their child was just elected this or just happened to earn that award. It’s what we parents all do, because we love our kids. But are the stories we’re telling more than we think they are?

A Different Option For Education: Homeschool Your Public School Kids

A Different Option For Education: Homeschool Your Public School Kids

We are used to calling the expert. It’s what we do anytime something around us needs to be repaired. It might be when our car breaks down, our air-conditioner quits cooling, or when our back pain won’t seem to go away. If in doubt, we call in someone who knows what they’re doing. So why would we think differently when it comes to our own kids?