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Technology and Seniors: Keeping Connected

Technology and Seniors: Keeping Connected

Imagine there was a bus, and that bus allowed everyone who could jump on to catch a ride to their destination. It moved at a slow pace, maybe five or six miles an hour. Most who could walk briskly enough would be able to keep up and get where they want to go. Then one...
Talking to Kids About Sex

Talking to Kids About Sex

Talking to Kids About Sex I wasn’t ready for this.  My eight-year-old daughter was reading though the book of Genesis to me out loud. We were sitting on the couch one day when she came to the scene of Lot and Sodom & Gomorrah, then after with the incident with his...
Authentic Faith: Helping Kids Connect to God

Authentic Faith: Helping Kids Connect to God

As Christian parents, we can feel the weight of responsibility for guiding the next generation toward a meaningful relationship with God. As we have learned from our experience with any school institution, aptitude is not accurately measured with a test, just as...
Lessons in Leadership: Valentines Edition

Lessons in Leadership: Valentines Edition

If you know anything about me, it may come at no surprise to you that my son is a list-maker. He makes a list of his chores, what he’s going to do after school, and last night, to whom he would send Valentine cards. Of course, he chose to begin this project...
Give Each Other a Break

Give Each Other a Break

My husband is a surfer. In the summertime when the swell is big on the south shore, he will get up before dawn and hit the water with friends or on his own. He needs that, it’s his time away from the house, from work, to enjoy the life he’s blessed with. I...

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