Parenting

What Kind of Praise Do You Tend to Give Your Kids?

I saw this video recently and really liked the study, but I should say that I don't know anything about this guy, his website, or his newsletter (that is to [...]

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 [...]

Why Children Need Chores

I really appreciated this article and thought you might also. Parts are highlighted if you want to get the brief summary. Why Children Need Chores Doing [...]

Why Our Children Don’t Think There Are Moral Facts

I recently read an article in the NY Times about morality in today's school system. The article talks a lot about Common Core and I really don't [...]

Helping Your Children Grow through Experiences and Questions

I loved this diagram from the book Sticky Faith. It discusses how you can help your child grow. They used this to talk particularly about service. But I [...]

Lectures Always Fail

I recently have posted a couple of things I've learned from the book Sticky Faith. Here is a great reminder for parents of teenagers:  "Learn [...]

What to Keep In Mind When Your Teenager Sins

Recently I posted a couple quotes I really liked from Sticky Faith. One of the things I benefitted most from when I read the book was the section on [...]

Everyday Ideas to Build Lasting Faith in Your Kids (a book worth reading)

I recently finished reading the book Sticky Faith: Everyday ideas to build lasting faith in your kids by Dr. Kara E. Powell and Dr. Chap Clark. [...]

Talking to Your Daughters About Modesty

Leading a church that is Biblically conservative and culturally progressive, and fathering 3 daughters, modesty is a topic that I think about quite a bit. In [...]

The Toughest Leadership Roles

Earlier this year Forbes magazine put out an article recently that ranked the 9 toughest leadership roles. You can read the entire article HERE. It [...]