The love of our parents who steered us to the word. Even if some of us might have strayed from the beautiful words of prayer they have petitioned on our behalf . We pray that we now find the prayers for our children and their children. Draw us close to you Lord so that we... Continue Reading →
How do our children know what is right? (Updated)
Where can I begin as a parent? Let me take a breath and start with today. Am I prepared when they raise the question why? Parents, let us make every effort to share the word with our children. Let us first know the words for ourselves by walking in it and demonstrating service in devoted... Continue Reading →
Can you change the mind of a teen or anyone for that matter?
Knowing what to do with desire? Getting rid of something that we know is not good for us? Can we identify what is good? What do we do with something our body finds pleasure in? Teens appear to be faster and more open or totally opposite in trying new things than most of us who... Continue Reading →
Mind body and spirit
Continue to keep the words of our God in your homes. Let the children know about the God you so love, let there be no doubt about what to do when one encounters feeling of fear, lacking hope, or discouraged. Prepare them for the troubles of the day by teaching them to rest in Jesus.... Continue Reading →
As a Dad
My hope is to be gentle. The children and child that I love that I must discipline at times. I pray for understanding to teach and instruct the truth about Christ. Help me be self controlled in all things in order that my words and deeds demonstrate the love of Christ. My wife to whom... Continue Reading →
What’s important? How do we keep God’s word in our home
Are we asking too much of our little ones in reading the word daily. Every morning we make sure they brush their teeth, eat and go to school? How much more emphasis should we place on them reading, knowing and living the word? Do we need to do these things in order to request it... Continue Reading →
Words for the family.
The words below are flawless. Let us share the words in scripture with our family. Finding these things took some seeking at times for me, yet usually all around. Let’s move into a place where we can readily identify these characteristics and share with our families. I am cautious in noting that the words for... Continue Reading →
Read the words upon waking and in your rest. In your going and your coming. In your joy and sadness. During your trials and when your path is clear. Keep it in your home…
Our children and in fact our family is moving through a world that can appears to be busier than ever. Do not let them leave without the word in their hearts. Maybe start with you/us first and make the word a priority in our daily walk. So in our request we can have concrete solutions... Continue Reading →
Words for the family in the context of scripture. Through scripture we apply them to life.
PetitionSteadfastPrideSustainsSalvationInequity Righteousness Bonus word without direct English meaning - miktam I pray you find joy in the word together.
Understanding through the “what.”
Have you as parents encountered the what? As your child begin to speak, and from the moment they demonstrate awareness, or the one that we are able to notice, our children seem to repeat the what. Go back to game of “peek a boo”, when they turn their heads to your voice and fix their... Continue Reading →
How to avoid anger as men? What should we do as Dad’s and Husbands given the roles we have been assigned.
So many questions? How do I consistently be gentle with the ones I love, treating them with gentleness and humility as I would a neighbor, client, friend, colleague. Am I even gentle there? How do I become a peacemaker in every situation and in all aspects of my life. Does it start with me striving... Continue Reading →
Let’s gather our children near. Introduce them to the truth of who they are and are called to become. Affirm them with the words you received since their conceptions that they may make a boast of the name of Jesus. Disciple the little ones in faith, hope and love, teaching them through the gospel of... Continue Reading →