Do You Know What Your Kids Are Watching?
When I was a teenager, there was a commercial that said "It's ten o'clock, do you know where your children are?" The point of this commercial was to encourage parents to be involved in their kids' lives, know where they were, and have a curfew for them in order to ensure their safety and keep them out of danger. It was a good message for parents to hear.
How do you create a Christ-centered home?
Six tips on fostering a Christian home.
His Role and its Duties
Husbands, Origen wrote, are to relate to their wives in the way that Jesus related to the church, while wives are to relate to their husbands as the church relates to Jesus. In the same vein, Origen instructed husbands to think and do the things of Christ while wives are to think and do those of the church.
A Father’s Heart For The Hurting
Have you ever gone through a day and become so exhausted that all you wanted to do was flop down on the sofa and zone out in front of the TV? I recently experienced such a day.
Dads are so Cool
Dads! Some of these guys are the coolest guys on the planet. Others, well...maybe not so! But hey, for purposes of this Father's Day let's do a little reflection on the cool guys.
Do I have to do a Will?
Do you have a Will? Some answer "yes' but over 50% of the readers answer "no." I spoke with a close family friend after mom's funeral about whether he had a Will and received the usual response many of you just uttered in your head, "No, but my wife and have been talking about our need to get them." What is he thinking? He's not!
Effective Family Time
Your family is your most important assest. Invest your time in them and watch the dividends grow.
Fatherhood isn't for Sissies
Fatherhood isn't for Sissies - Blog Entry of Doug Clay, General Treasurer of the Assemblies of God.
Fathers who interact with children plant life-changing seeds
On average, fathers spend 6.5 hours per week caring for their children. That's good news for kids because researchers and parenting experts say any time a father spends with his children is time well spent.
Chris Paul and his older brother learned their lessons at an early age. His parents, Charles and Robin Paul, insisted their sons maintain their grades, respect their elders, assist around the house, and attend church every week.
“We went to church, got whuppings when we were bad, and couldn’t play our video games during the week,” said Chris’ older sibling C.J. “Some people would say it was a rough childhood,...