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 →
Heavenly Father help my unbelief. Jesus you are the head of my home and my life that I surrender only to you and your will. Help control and cast away any desire that is within me for your position, to lead, protect, provide, defend, and cover. Let me not covet the things that belongs to... Continue Reading →
How do we parent?
Are we the same? Will we see things the same way? Are we saying the same things just differently. I have prayed, sought council, explained and discussed approaches to parenting. Much of the things we can agree on, and others we see differently. Things like allowing a child to miss school due to illness, purchase... Continue Reading →
Steadfast in the hope for children
Remain diligent in hope for our children and youth. Let us fill our home with God’s word and live in demonstration of Jesus’s grace for us as we go out and come in. Our hope is first in the power of the resurrection of Jesus and in his love. Stay without ceasing for deliverance of... 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 →
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 →
Teach your little ones where your strength comes from or do you know. Is it possible that they want to know.
Is it the particles not seen by our eyes that move by the four winds, held to the earth like a blanket fresh from the dryer as the earth spins as clay on the potters spin wheel? Or is it the ball of gas that is in animation swirling across the universe not too big... Continue Reading →
Words, phrases and verses for the family
During family time of devotions I would recommend taking time to discuss what was read in the word and get in agreement. We sometimes ask for more independence in the things assigned to our children but a greater emphasis needs to be placed on inputting the necessary values needed to succeed and knowing where their... Continue Reading →
Simple but yet complex. Internally? generated or externally reinforced. Initiated by the things we do or forced upon us by another? Does laws protect you from shame or if done onto us, is it due to another breaking the law? Let’s look at the first book of the Bible for its meaning. Please help the... Continue Reading →