Our homes should be the place where we learn and practice to sincerely love and bless out loud.
It is a common desire for us to want to see our children progress beyond any height we achieve. We want to see them flourish and grow into people we always wanted to be. Stop… think I about what I just said. We want them to be the person we always wanted to be.
Raising a child is not an easy affair. Every child is unique and so is the case of disciplinary action to be taken in regard to negative actions
Raising godly children in today’s world is increasingly difficult as moral decadence devours values in our society. Whether we like to admit it or not…
Our teenagers need and deserve proper guidance, love, support, and somebody that’s going to tell it like it is without sugar-coating the truth.
Blended families call for teamwork. Success depends on the time, energy, and goodwill put into them. Not all blended families are dysfunctional.
The cyber revolution offers free communication and uninhibited visuals which sexualize and objectify children at an early age.
Fatherhood is for today. We cannot afford not to make the most of every moment, but inevitably we will waste many of them.
By teaching children now to be resilient, we can prepare them for adult life in the future. Our children can learn to compete for fun and learn how to bounce back from life’s failures and disappointments.
My mom must have thought I was sleeping when she began to sing in a bare whisper: “Comforter, Jesus is my Comforter, Alleluia Comforter, Jesus is my Comforter, Alleluia Comforter, Jesus is my Comforter, Jesus is my Comforter, I am not afraid.”