No one likes inconvenience. Online shopping, streaming services, and iPhones all cater to our convenience. It isn’t natural for the human to be flexible, and for some people it is much harder. When I think of the word “flexibility,” I think of a rubber chord willing to bend in any direction without breaking. Unlike a … More The Art of Flexibility
As we are all staying home, we can take advantage of the free resources at our finger tips in order to enhance our time together. In an era of time-wasters and binge-watching, we can incorporate more spiritually-minded activities to encourage one another in the home. Here is a list of free resources and tools that … More The Parent Pandemic Toolbox
Parenting with Loving Correction by Sam Crabtree. Book Summary: “This book aims to help you better understand loving correction clear steps and practical tips aimed at transforming not only your children’s behavior but also their hearts. Rooted in three principles—keep it God-centered, always mean what you say, and reward obedience rather than disobedience—this is a … More Parenting with Loving Correction (Book Review)
Pokemon Go has taken over. It’s all over the news and within a span of weeks has been the source of so much discussion (both good and bad). Because of Pokemon go people have found a corpse, have been robbed, and even been in car accidents. What intrigues me as a Christian when looking at this game is … More Pokemon Go[d].
This last semester I had the privilege to spend one day a week on the campus of a local community college with one purpose: evangelize the lost. Evangelism is not only a necessary work of the church, but must be practiced by every believer as a spiritual discipline. While some excel at this discipline and … More Lessons from the Field: Evangelism