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Compassionate wisdom: Training my children to serve others

Note: The following post may evoke controversy, although that is not my intention. This is written to boast in the work of the Lord.

Recently we have added a long-distance trip to our weekly routine. 1,632 more words

Probing the Parental Steps to Rearing Boys Into Men

By Duane Birth

Every good parent sees a bright future in their child, one that meets the level of distinction that every adult must measure up to. 712 more words

Guest Blog

Raising Colorblind Sons in a Colorful World

“Your folks are surprisingly White.”

This was what one of my older son’s friends said after a sleepover at our house. The kid is White and enamored with all things Asian, so I couldn’t tell if his comment meant he felt comfortable in our home or if he was disappointed we didn’t go all ninja on him. 718 more words

On Life

You know how every family has that child who keeps them on their toes? The one who pushes their buttons, drives you crazy, but also somehow makes you see the very best in people at the same time. 817 more words

Daily Life

Just Ask Me!!

I love doing things for others, always have.  But I would like to be asked!!

I have raised 4 boys(Andrew 28, Daniel 25, Stephen 20, Joseph 18), and they are all turning into tremendous men (in my opinion).   320 more words

Gardening

Sunday’s Testimomy: The Final Decision About Your Son Is Yours

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Sunday’s Testimomy: The Final Decision About Your Son Is Yours

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