Parenting 103: The Process Of Laying Out Goals

One of the very best parenting books ever written, especially for those trying to build a good foundation, is the book of Proverbs. Proverbs is written as a father (Solomon) instructing his son on how to be a godly man. The phrase “my son” is found twenty-three times in the book of Proverbs, as the…
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Parenting 102: Working Your Objectives

In our last post, we talked about setting objectives for your children. You, as a parent, ought to know what you want from your children, and what goals and purposes you have for them. They ought to know this as well. The ultimate goal of parenting is the goal of every single person: to glorify…
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Parenting 101: Objectives

In my experience, if there is one thing that parents do not want, it is advice. We all tend to think that we are doing things right and don’t need someone else’s opinion. We reason that all kids are different, and that no one’s advice is going to be especially pertinent to our situation. Be…
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National Day Of Asking

Today is the National Day of Prayer. Recognition of prayer by the United States has been a part of our history, with various presidents calling on citizens of the United States to set aside time to fast and pray for our nation. It was 1952 that Congress passed a designation as the first Thursday in…
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Anger Part 3

Writer Carl Sandburg once said: “Anger is the most impotent of passions. It effects nothing it goes about, and hurts the one who is possessed by it more than the one against whom it is directed.” While it is true that anger hurts the person who is angry, it is not always true that anger…
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