Discipline in the Early Years: Getting to the Heart

You are at a restaurant to have a nice meal and a lovely time of visiting with your spouse, family, or friends. You are forced into hearing what is happening at the next booth. “Stop that! What are you doing?” the mom asks in frustration. “But I don’t want to eat it” whines the child […]

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Dad… You CAN Shape Your Teenage Son

I have theories. Lots of theories. Some have been proven wrong, like the theory that bell bottoms will never go out of style and the word “groovy” will be used by everyone forever. It’s such a good word . . . But I also have more substantial theories, the parts of which have been borrowed […]

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Apologetics and Your Children

You teach your children how to brush their teeth, drive a car, stick to a schedule, and read their Bible. But do you train your children, whether elementary or high school aged, to be students of sound theology and solid in their application of Christian apologetics? To show you why this is so crucial, I […]

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No More Church

Have you ever had a difficult time motivating your teenager to go to church? Well, that was the struggle I faced when my youngest son lost interest in church attendance. He had always been excited to hear the stories, sing the songs, and eat the snacks, but suddenly he no longer wanted to get out […]

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