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 →

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 →

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 →

Keeping the word within your home starts with doing just that and making it part of routine, culture, environment and atmosphere.

Our kids have many questions they need answers to and so do we. I am not sure what exactly occurs in our schools and in our homes as we observe changes in children. It is therefor important to have them incorporate a daily read of the word in their routine and a weekly family devotion.... Continue Reading →

Patterns of expression and understanding

Kids show patterns of behavior that you can learn from similar to adults. Here are a few to look out for.. Wanting more - when a child is asking for more, it’s in your best interest to do a needs assessment. The current condition can be masked by a desired condition. Remember that they can... Continue Reading →

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