What does it mean to parent with intention or purpose? It means making a plan for bringing up your child and sticking to that plan. This article is not an exhaustive study, but perhaps it can give you some ideas. Also, there are resources at the end that can give you further help in parenting with intention.
If you are a single-parent, you are to be praised. Most of us would be so intimidated alone that we’d probably go crazy. But you! You have been given the great responsibility and joy of raising a child or children alone while being given an enormous task. This article will help you find a way forward if you haven’t found one and give you some tools that will help you through this time, as well.Raising Children Alone
How do you prepare your child for the teenage years? For that matter, how do you prepare yourself for those years? This study will give you some helpful information to answer both of those questions. Fear not! These years can be great and fulfilling for both of you.
Our children are so precious to us that when they have a need or desire, we will bend over backwards to make sure they have the most helpful and best quality service. The spiritual life is certainly as important as any other part of life, if not the greatest since it is an eternal decision. As parents we sometimes don’t feel qualified or comfortable helping our children in this area. Nothing can be further from the truth. This article is a help to parents who are wanting to lead their children to faith.
So many of us have recently been going through grief for one reason or another. This newsletter is dedicated, mostly, to that subject. I’m praying that some of what you find in this newsletter will be helpful to you if you are going through grief, or helpful to you when you find yourself dealing with people who are grieving. This is certainly not exhaustive, but perhaps it can be a beginning to give you information in order to deal with grief.
Have you even wondered what a “Great Life” is all about? Is it about having all the money, fame, wisdom, knowledge you ever wanted? Perhaps that’s a part of it. But, is that what really makes a “great life?” I was watching Lone Star Law last night and watched as one of our Game Wardens took a shot of about 420 yards and dropped a Pronghorn with one shot! Impressive. That was a great moment, to be sure!! But I’m pretty sure that as great as that felt, he wouldn’t chalk that one moment up as making his life a GREAT life. So what is it, this “great life.” Take a moment and consider these thoughts . . .