The following is a comment made by a mom from our church that I couldn’t shake and, with her permission, had to share. Here’s what she said: It worries me so much that one day my son will be exposed to pornography. Stop and let that sink in for a moment. She wasn’t talking about … Continue reading
Sexting rates higher than previously thought. Tim Challies had this posted on his blog this morning. If you have teenagers living at home, and you’re unaware of this phenomenon you should read this article. There are more resources available on this should you need more help in this area. One point this particular article doesn’t … Continue reading
Fathers, Stop Stealing From Your Children – This is a fabulous post…
The book The Family Worship Book has been in our church library for a couple of years and I’ll never forget this one paragraph. It’s quoted below. If you have young children at home, what wonderful opportunity you have before you. If your children are a little older and you haven’t engaged in any type of … Continue reading
Fake Love, Fake War: Why So Many Men Are Addicted to Internet Porn and Video Games – Desiring God. – This is a powerful, truth packed article. If you are a man, read it. If you are a young man, read it. If you have a son or grandson who is a young man, you should … Continue reading
Dad’s, Sing Like You Mean It Because Your Kids Are Watching. This was actually a beautiful reflection by a son about his father. If you’re a dad you should definitely read it. If you’re not, you’ll enjoy it anyway. Some of you might want to reach for the kleenex box first.
What Every Man Wishes His Father Had Told Him – Byron Yawn – YouTube. – Tim Challies’ posted a short review on this book on his website today with some notable quotations. It looks really, really good. Below is a short video from the author. Just passing it along.
A short paragraph from a little book called Hints for Parents unexpectedly stopped me dead in my tracks the other day. It’s still soaking in. The words are from a 19th century minister by the name of Gardiner Spring. Shepherd’s Press has put them into a little booklet with comments added by Tedd Tripp. Anyway, here’s … Continue reading