Category Archives: family-relationships
It was lonely growing up. I was a quiet, little kid. As a youth my Dad was into his business and drank at night. He did not devote much time to we three children or mother. She paid a heavy … Continue reading
Moses’ mother had a child in great danger. She opted to put baby Moses in a basket, in a river with crocodiles and perhaps dangerous snakes. She did all she could. Now she had to trust God to take care … Continue reading
More Questions To Ask Kids: Who would make the perfect wife? Husband? Favorite Bible character? (why?) Fav animal?
Questions to ask kids: (1) If you could be anybody, who would you choose? Why? (2) If you had one wish, what would it be? (3) If you had a million dollars what would you do with it?
Two great Bible heroes failed in key, family discipline matters. King David failed to discipline his sons when they committed major sins. And his son, King Solomon failed on two accounts. He disobeyed God’s law by marrying heathen, idol worshipers … Continue reading
Like a Rolls Royce pretending to be a Jeep or truck is the girl trying to be a man. Why the blind spot? God outdid Himself when He made woman! She has delightful, unique features, form and countenance. Yet some … Continue reading
Mother’s Day Reflections: I heard a pastor tell a story about the fine preacher G. Campbell Morgan. He had 4 sons who also became preachers. At a family gathering some one asked who was the best preacher among them. One … Continue reading
courtesy: goodfreephotos.com Do many children grow up, leave home without a clear moral roadmap to guide them? Do they need more than parent’s worries and some vague ‘hope’? Are many parents hesitant to discuss purity and sticky relationship issues with … Continue reading
-photo courtesy of goodfreephotos.com Growing up I can remember my Dad using this family get out of bed call: WAKE UP, JACOB, THE DAY IS BREAKING. THE COFFEE’S HOT AND THE HOECAKES ARE BAKING. Now as a believer … Continue reading
Anchor Man, Thomas Nelson Publishers, $19.99. is a powerful book calling Christian dads to become real true fathers. It’s a motivational, practical book. Author Steve Farrar has a doctorate from Dallas Seminary and founded Men’s Leadership Ministries. He also … Continue reading