Family

We’d Love For You to Buy Our House!

Are you or anyone you know looking for a great 4 bed, 2.5 bath home in West Irondequoit? It's on a quiet cul-de-sac with great neighbors, in one of the top [...]

The Blog Post Your Kids Don’t Want You to Read

Tim Challies recently reviewed a great device and app called Circle, which is designed to give you an idea of what websites and programs are being accessed [...]

6 Questions to Ask Ourselves in Conflict

In THIS article Mark Altrogge wrote recently, he focuses on 6 questions we can ask ourselves when we are in conflict. The article is brief but offers some [...]

What About Family? (1 Corinthians 5)

I've been taking a break from blogging recently, but felt I needed to post a video today. Yesterday I taught from 1 Corinthians 5 and talked about the [...]

Don’t Miss the Moment Capturing the Moment (and a note for my future sons-in-law)

Recently I wrote about our tendency to miss moments while capturing them on our devices. You can read about that HERE. The issue of social media and [...]

Necessary Transitions – part 3 – the Pain and the Joy

We drove home from dropping two of our daughters off at college Friday. This is what I had a hard time looking at on Saturday... The painful saddness... So [...]

Necessary Transitions – part 2

Yesterday, we dropped off our two older daughters at college (Liberty University). The transition to college is a necessary transition, but that [...]

Necessary Transitions – part 1

We dropped our two oldest daughters off at college today. For Ali, it is her sophomore year. For Morgan, she is starting her freshman year. Whoever told me [...]

Percent of Children Living With Both Parents

World Map Family Project did some research to determine how many children have two, one, or no parents in countries around the world. Their findings are so [...]

Focus on the Family? Or Focus on Public Policy

When I grew up - everyone knew about the ministry Focus on the Family. It was one of the best known, nation-wide parachurch organizations that seemed to be [...]