Category Archive: Parenting

Do you overparent?

It seems we are so obsessed these days with the fear that, if we don’t put our kids in the top school, provide enough life-experience(and so we sign them up for every extra-curricular… Continue reading

Walk a little slower

Daddy, Said a little child so small. I’m following in your footsteps, And I do not want to fall. Sometimes your steps are very fast, Sometimes they’re hard to see. So, walk a… Continue reading

the voice of the martyrs

Too often, we get stuck in our own little worlds to see that God is doing greater things among the nations and across the world. We get stuck in the hum-drum of our… Continue reading

Teaching Your Children To Serve

There is no better lesson than learning to serve. Afterall, life is just not all about us, is it? When you wallow in your own problems, there is always someone else out there… Continue reading

The Symphony Of Evangelism

“Evangelism is a God-written symphony. God is the composer and the director, while we are the orchestra. He has given us each an instrument to play and a place to sit. Sometimes we… Continue reading

Putting Good Books before You

Here are some good books that Tara and I have read and have been very helpful for our marriage and parenting (Tolle Lege): Marriage This Momentary Marriage – John Piper God, Marriage, and… Continue reading

Schooling At Home: How

Before this post even begins, let us make one thing clear.  We realize that the area of how children are educated can be very controversial – especially amongst Christians.  Know that this is… Continue reading

Guest Blogger

Every once in a while, when we come across some really good blogging,  we will share it with you on our own blog.  This morning, in my time in God’s Word before the… Continue reading

The Invisible Mom

It all began to make sense, the blank stares, the lack of  response, the way one of the kids will walk into the room  while I’m on the phone and ask to be… Continue reading

On Raising Girls

Just the other day as I was changing Ellie with Ashtyn and Jada at my side, little 3 year old Jada looked up at me with her big hazel eyes and said, “I… Continue reading