Inviting You To Be Glad

The Bible is constantly inviting us not to be gloomy. Here are a few verses as examples: This is the day the Lord has made; We will rejoice and be glad in it. Pslam 118:24 And now, dear brothers and sisters, one final thing. … Continued

Being Bored Is An Insult To God

“To say we are bored at any moment in our lives is a massive insult to God.” Matthew Kelley, Resisting Happiness Boredom is really a manifestation of selfishness. It only comes about when we are overly focused on ourselves. We … Continued

Three Things To Teach Children About Work

So much of life is spent working – it truly is a gift of God to be able to put our skills, abilities, hands, and mind to use. It doesn’t have to be a drudgery. Here are three things to … Continued

Be An Inspiration

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People who inspire us typically aren’t setting out to do so. They are just faithfully living out their lives. Here are some of the things they incorporate – all which can be acted upon and started in your life! Follow … Continued

Parents: Music Lessons Are A Great Investment!

It’s a bit of a sacrifice to hand over $15-$25 per lesson every week to learn an instrument! Not to mention the driving and waiting times! But it’s still a very worthwhile investment in the life of a child. How … Continued

Five Factors Influencing The Faith Of Young Adults

There’s no silver bullet to ensure students from Christian families will grow into their own faith in Jesus. But I’ve been encouraged by reading a book called It’s Not Too Late: The Essential Part You Play in Shaping Your Teen’s … Continued

Three Phases For Emerging Young Adults

I’ve been reading an awesome book called Growing With by Kara Powell and Steven Arue. If you are a parent of a student between the ages of 13 through the 20’s, you have to get this book and read even … Continued

One Great Ingredient To Growing The Faith Of Your Teenager

Faith development in a teenager varies with each student. Thankfully God can move whether things go right in the home and life or not. Parents are going to fail – that’s a given. There’s no way around it. On top … Continued

Three Stages Of Parenting Your Young Adult

When a child is between the ages of 13 and 18, they need a teacher. Between the ages of 18 and 23, the need a coach. And an emerging adult, between the ages of 23-29 need a resource. If a … Continued

Christian College Students Should Attend Worship

There’s a myth out there that kids attending college probably aren’t going to get up and go to church on Sundays. Is it really realistic to think that a student who stayed up late on Saturday night should be a … Continued

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