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The Family Conference

This month I will be speaking at The Family Conference! All of us can benefit from taking a little extra time during this busy season of the year to invest in the relationships and functions that mean the most to all of us. Homeschooling impacts every relationship in a home. And, with the Holidays, and…

It’s Start This Thursday!!

It’s only a few hours away when the vast hordes of homeschoolers will begin their trek to Nashville, TN. People will be wondering why there is a sudden influx of mini-vans and coolers strapped to the back of said mini-vans. The reason is simple. Teach Them Diligently 2020 is starting Thursday! People, if you have…

HOPE IN THE LOVE OF CHRIST

Just my thoughts and the ocean

The greatest gift you can give your kids is not the newest and best the world has to offer. It is the love of God through Jesus Christ. That is the gift that enables them to resist the creation’s lures and live in the love of the Creator. Your kids are going to be bombarded…

PEOPLE-PLEASING

Just my thoughts and the ocean

In the face of intense pressure, Aaron gave in to the demands of the people. As a parent, I’m sure you know about pressure. Our kids can be relentless in asking us to do things outside our value system, including the movies they want to see, the kids they want to hang out with, and…

STRENGTH THROUGH HIS WORD

Just my thoughts and the ocean

The “revelation” referred to in this passage is the Word of God. Have you noticed when you don’t spend time with God’s Word, you feel less connected to Him and it is harder to live life with an eternal perspective? Before long, the world’s influence on you grows and your ability to say “no” to…

TRUTH and LIES

It is easy to rationalize sinful thoughts and behaviors when they serve our selfish purposes. Considering the standards of our culture, small compromises may seem insignificant in comparison. As Christian parents, we will be challenged over and over again not to “exchange the truth for a lie.” This may mean saying “no” to our kids…