It’s too idealistic, they argue. After all, lots of marriages end in divorce; lots of people have sex outside of marriage; and lots of great kids grow up without both biological parents. So why is...
Our kids not only deserve our respect and esteem… they need it. They need us to say out loud what we see and admire in them. Words that affirm the characteristics in our children that we respect and admire, strengthen the character that is growing within them.
During a 36-hour family camp experience, kids have unfiltered access to their parents during worship, around the campfire, in the cabins at night, standing in line for the waterslide, splashing in the lake, sitting in a canoe or on a horse… and the list goes on.
Here are the five things I’m doing today to make sure that when I leave tomorrow, I won’t be thinking about work.