Using Love and Logic in the Early Years

Written by Kelley Wilkinson, Director of Stonebriar Community Church Preschool Pals. She is a certified trainer of Love and Logic through the Love and Logic Institute, and she uses these very same techniques to train her talented and loving team.   Close your eyes and let your mind go with me to a place where […]

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Mom . . . I’m Bored

Written by Barbara Deatherage, blogger www.worthdoingpoorly.com   There’s no doubt—winter can be long. Seemingly endlessly long. It’s cold outside and often gloomy. Sometimes drizzly and damp. So, what’s a mom or a dad to do when shut in the house with a bunch of bored kids? There’s only so many times you can visit Chick-fil-A […]

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5 Ideas to Improve Your Family Dinner

Like most Americans, my family has a hard time getting everyone to the table on the same night, at the same time to have dinner together.  And when we do get there, it is not uncommon to hear grumbling about the no phone rule, or the big salad instead of spaghetti, or the awkward family […]

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The Poison of Manipulation

I grew up in the 1960s. Lots of good stuff back then. My dad only bought Pepsi in glass bottles, new and fancy cars were built with air conditioning, and we routinely watched 16mm movies in school. The teachers barely knew how to thread these complicated machines, so often some nerd in the A/V or […]

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