Tag Archive: kids

Biblical Parenting 8…

As I previously wrote in this series (please click HERE for post 7), Christian parenting doesn’t mean we should beat and hammer our children like a blacksmith. But what about parenting them like a potter? What… Continue reading

Biblical Parenting 5…

As I previously wrote in this series (please click HERE for post 1, HERE for post 2, HERE for post 3, HERE for post 4), Christian parenting doesn’t mean we should beat and hammer our children like a… Continue reading

Biblical Parenting 3…

As I previously wrote in this series (please click HERE for the 1st post or HERE for the 2nd), Christian parenting doesn’t mean we should beat and hammer our children like a blacksmith. But what about parenting… Continue reading

Biblical Parenting 1…

Reading a book recently by a man who stated, upon reflecting back on his childhood, that he was glad that his parents never “forced religion/dogma down his throat.” The man continued by defining… Continue reading

Responding To Children’s Persistence: God and Earthly Parents…

Getting ready for work this morning and my four year old daughter asked me for candy. Hmmm. I looked at her like, “Are you serious–do you realize how early it is?” (it’s a… Continue reading

Books I’ve Read With My Children…

  Below is a hopefully helpful list of books that God has blessed me to read with my children ages 6-11. I am only including novels/chapter books for this list. May the LORD… Continue reading

Dealing With Children When They Lie…

A Middle School parent recently sent me an email asking for the Biblical perspective on lying, as well as any practical tidbits I might know on how to deal with this important issue.… Continue reading

A Weekend In the Life of A Man, Husband, Papa, Son, Pastor, and Friend…

A Weekend in the Life Of A Man, Husband, Papa, Son, Pastor, & Friend Just thought you all would get some encouragement from this. Our suburban, oftentimes mundane daily life is important to… Continue reading

I’m A Dad…And I LOVE It!

There are plenty of difficult/frustrating aspects to being a Dad (most of them a result of my own shortcomings/flaws, not my kids’!). But this note intends to highlight the myriad of amusing/funny/encouraging parts… Continue reading