Want to know how to showcase humility (and strength) to your kids? Here’s one practical way to do it.
Every single parent I know wants to do a good job raising their kids. But after that, the unanimity about how to do it usually goes out
If you have kids you’ve probably thought about sibling rivalry. It’s kind of like debt or a skin rash: You don’t think about it until
You and I both wonder, Who will my daughter marry? No matter who it is, the young punk (er, I mean, young man) will most certainly not
Life can get complicated. And expensive! If you have kids, you know there are infinite ways to spend money on them. To quote The Grinch Who
If you’re married, you can do this. (But it’s so common-sensical that maybe you don’t do it.) Here’s the thing: We want the best for our
“Time to go to church!” But why? When I was young I remember pretending to sleep in one Sunday morning. Don’t tell! Over time I learned
By the time a child is six they are a living, walking blueprint of who they will be for the rest of their lives. Will
I should warn you that this blog speaks of serious, difficult, and sex-related things. But I felt strongly I should write it. Why? Because the changing
Maybe it seems like an unlikely scenario. But that’s exactly what happened. In Bangkok, two children walked to up two women who were smoking. With
On April 14th, 1912 something happened at 11:40pm. A huge ship holding over 3300 people hit an iceberg. Over the next few hours it would sink to
A parenting degree doesn’t exist. Nothing can prepare you. As social scientist William Doherty says, parenting is “a high-cost/high-reward activity.” There’s nothing like those wonderful giggles.
This just appeared in the February print edition of The Presbyterian Record magazine. It’s a shortened take on my longer blog from March 2014. Enjoy!