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 →

Looking for meaning

“Let the wise listen to these proverbs and become even wiser. Let those with understanding receive guidance by exploring the meaning in these proverbs and parables, the words of the wise and their riddles. Fear of the Lord is the foundation of true knowledge, but fools despise wisdom and discipline.”‭‭Proverbs‬ ‭1:5-7‬ ‭NLT‬‬ As our children... Continue Reading →

Shame

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 →

Parents help fill the holes.

Please encourage love for others in our children even when it’s hard for them. Address the fears as effectively as one can early as possible because it’s hard to unlearn behaviors that isolate them from others. I know the challenges of making time to help them face each battle they encounter, hence why spending time... Continue Reading →

Provision protection and presence are only a few things in being a Dad?

Linked to promises? I like many aim to be the best Dad/Parent I can be and at many times fall short. Without the Source I am nothing. Being who our Heavenly Father calls us to be, is being true to our promises. I am so inadequate independent of Him. Our children need so much that... Continue Reading →

Power of routine

Have you ever went outside of your routine to do something leisurely beneficial or overall self gratifying. You may find that the typical first instinct is to want to try putting that time or activity again. This appears to be similar to what occurs when a child is given the freedom to go outside their... Continue Reading →

Sterring

Who steered you? What were your influences? Whose opinion is valid and relevant? Are there parts of you that wants to go it’s own way? Steering ourselves can be difficult, so imagine if your child is …Sterring How exactly do we improve, is it consistent repetition or the love of learning or receiving reproach with... Continue Reading →

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