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Book Review: Protecting The Gift by Gavin De Becker

Not the first book I read by Gavin, and not the last. He is outstanding. The first book of his that I read is titled, … 339 more words

Is Your Child Mature Enough for Firearms Training?

Most parents and guardians truly believe that they can honestly assess a child’s maturity level. Sadly, I read far too many news articles that apparently prove that far too many are overly optimistic about a child’s maturity…and that goes in either direction. 470 more words

Protecting Children

Facebook: Protecting children's right to privacy

This post is more directed to teachers, caregivers, nannies, and anyone who works directly with children. I think that this post will also give parents somethings to think about. 357 more words


3-Year-Old Shoots His 1-Year-Old Sister (Venice, FL)

An irresponsible person left an unsecured firearm in a car with two small children. A little boy finds it and shoots his little sister in her face. 113 more words

Firearms Safety Rules

Informational meeting held in Shippensburg after child luring attempts

There have been several attempted child luring incidents in recent months in Cumberland County which has prompted Shippensburg school officials and State Police to take action so they don’t keep happening. 334 more words


Sunday Sermon: Shepherds Guarding Their Sheep~ Some More Grey Skies

“Your children are the greatest gift God will give to you, and their souls the heaviest responsibility He will place in your hands. Take time with them, teach them to have faith in God. 198 more words

Family Firearms Night

It has been constantly bantered around that we need more family time. Family movie night. Family game night. Family picnic night. Where we take a night once a week or every couple of weeks and sit down with our family’s and play games or watch movies. 404 more words


Janine@BWSS reblogged this on Bitterroot Women's Shooting School and commented:

Jeff Lehman mentioned this older blog post of his recently and I agree that it is share-worthy. Please, demystify firearms by teaching your children to understand firearms safety rules that are appropriate for their maturity level and by teaching them that firearms are tools to be treated with practical respect.