Silence is SO Hard!

Silence is SO Hard!
Slow your brain down and read this. Work through the Old English “thees and thous” and learn a lesson that can shape your life. The challenge is not understanding, but taking action. “Silence is the element in which great things fashion themselves together; that at length they may emerge, full-formed and majestic, into the daylight ...

Thanksgiving Journal Explained

Thanksgiving Journal Explained
Do your holidays just pass you by without any recollection of what happened? Do you wish you had an in-road into the minds of your family? Do you ever wonder if your kids “get it”? Here is a great tool my friends Doug and Loulyn Turner have used for years. It’s not too late to ...

6 Strategies for Leaving a Godly Legacy

6 Strategies for Leaving a Godly Legacy
Legacy… That’s a word for “old people”, right? Not really. In the past seven days, my life has intersected with two families who experienced the death of a family member. One dear saint was a lady who was 96 years old and the other was a young man of 19 years. Both individuals left a ...

20 Questions Parents Should Ask Their College Student Over Break

20 Questions Parents Should Ask Their College Student Over Break
Here’s a list of questions parents should ask their college student while they are home over the Christmas break. But, PLEASE don’t miss the point! These are questions designed to help you re-establish or maintain a simple┬áline of communication between you and your son or daughter. I highly discourage you from printing this list and ...

Making the Most of Back-to-School

Making the Most of Back-to-School
I’m a huge fan of Collective Intelligence. There’s an ancient Japanese proverb that reads: “None of us are as smart as all of us.” With that in mind, I asked people to share their best Back-to-School tips. Maybe one or two of them will help you make the most of your school year. The key ...