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Your Faith, A Faith That Dwelt First In Someone Else

I am reminded of your sincere faith, a faith that dwelt first in your grandmother Lois and your mother Eunice…

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Two Questions from Samson’s Father That Every Parent Should Be Asking

And Manoah said, “Now when your words come true, what is to be the child’s manner of life, and what…

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Could the Difference Between Another Statistic and a Success Story Be You?

Yes, every kid is one decision away from being a statistic. But…

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A 2015 Family Motto

Families without focal points become easily distracted, frenzied, and careless. We need targets to keep us on track and guardrails…

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The Secret Language of Girls on Instagram

TIME featured an article by Rachel Simmons on November 10, 2014 titled The Secret Language of Girls on Instagram. If…

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Reflexively Looking to My Father

For the last three months, Shelly and I have been coaching volleyball teams. I’ve had a 7-12 grade team, she’s…

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Not Available on the App Store

Various studies consistently reveal alarming statistics concerning the average American child and “screen” time. 2-5 years old = 2.2 hours…

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A Key to Happy Homes and Successful Congregations

Happy homes are not filled with bitterness. They are not characterized by strained relationships, jealousy, or self-centeredness. Successful congregations are not…

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