What are you doing for Thanksgiving?
Chances are you are hanging out with people you love and maybe some people that you don’t even like.
Let’s be honest for a minute.
I think that most of us have some relatives that annoy us.
Is there anything we can do to avoid the Thanksgiving … [read more]
A child's most formative years are their youngest — from birth to age five.
About 90 percent of a child's brain develops in that time, according to studies. And 85 percent of a child's intellect, personality and social skills are developed by age five.
This begs the question, Is this also true … [read more]
The purpose of this post is help believers who were once part of a church, but have never reconnected with a Christian community.
Is it possible that they haven’t reconnected with a new Christian community because they haven’t fully left their former church?
My hope is that by … [read more]
Parenting in the 21st century is challenging.
One of the biggest challenges parents face is internet safety.
I have a 17-month-old girl named Andi, she already knows how to "talk" to Siri and navigate through her educational apps on our family iPad.
Take a second a think about your … [read more]
Boundary problems can be summed up in two words: Yes and No.
I have two grandkids.
My grandson, James is four and my granddaughter, Andi is 16 months.
James is more compliant and Andi is more of a controller.
The other day James was holding his toothbrush and Andi wanted it.
It was … [read more]