Category Archives: Parenting

7 resources for spiritual maturity

Spiritual growth requires looking ahead and looking back. Continue reading

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10 Property laws of a toddler

Where did we get this sense of ownership from? Continue reading

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Parenting through the phases of life

Helpful advice for the phases of parenting and the challenges faced. Start a conversation! Continue reading

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Do positives conceal negatives?

The laid-back person turns out to be lazy. The playful person proves to be immature. The confident one turns out to be arrogant. Continue reading

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6 Links worth seeing

Check out the following articles worth seeing Continue reading

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10 goals for parents

Discuss with other parents ways to build the 10 positive traits without allowing them to become the negatives.
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Are you a hypocrite?

How could we sit in judgment on others when what is happening right under our noses or in our lives is often far worse? Continue reading

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