When thinking of doing good deeds, we naturally think of helping others outside of our family circle. Perhaps there may be a desperate need of your time from your wife, perhaps your husband needs you to listen without distractions, or perhaps your children need you to be more involved with the changes they are going through. “Let each of you look not only to his … Continue reading The Interest of Others
It is no secret that raising a family is a challenge. It affects every aspect of the parents’ lives including what happens in the bedroom. Husbands and wives discover changes within themselves and changes in their relationship when there is an addition to the family. What are some scriptures or quotes that you’ve found helpful in keeping the “flame” alive in your marriage when your … Continue reading It’s no secret…
I didn’t realize it then but I do now. As a parent, I now can understand what my parents had to go through raising my siblings and I. I respect them more than ever now because I can see things through the eyes of a mother. Raising a child/children is no easy task; Parents have to make constant sacrifices which can take its toll. Both … Continue reading You Deserve to Be Recognized
Has your marriage or other relationships been affected by social media/modern devices? Are there any rules that couples can implement in their home about such devices/media to keep “connected” with each other? I would love to hear your responses! Please share in the comment box below. Continue reading Is Social Media a Poison to Healthy Marriages?
After we had our dinner one night, my husband had wanted some dessert. We had made some lava cakes the night before and he was looking for one. To make his dessert complete, he usually drinks a glass of almond milk which had finished the night before. I had suggested that he use the organic cow’s milk that was in the fridge. He refused. This … Continue reading Got Milk?
One of first reasons that little children (and sometimes adults) really get interested in reading the Bible is because of all the exciting stories! Even before they could read they want you to read that same story over and over again about David and Goliath or about Esther. They may not understand everything but they like the stories. As kids get older and learn to … Continue reading Living Realities
How does a parent raise a child to be an overcomer? Well, by reflecting the greatest parent of all: God. That may seem overwhelming and impossible. Of course parents cannot be all-knowing and sometimes make mistakes sometimes but God is the perfect parent that we should want to reflect. Let’s take these 4 aspects of parenting and see how we should reflect them to our … Continue reading Raising an Overcomer
After discovering similarities between the sports world and parenting we chose to make a parallel between the two topics. My husband and I were on our way back home from Ohio. It was summer break and since we had a couple hours left before reaching our destination, we began talking about these two topics. While we personally do not support sports, we used it as … Continue reading What is a Christian Champion?
This Saturday (12/12) my husband and I are hosting our first time ever Parenting Seminar! It is being held at the beautiful Courtyard Marriot on Hospitality Drive in Lancaster PA. While our seminars are filled with great and useful info, it also allows attendees to have some fun. The topic for our upcoming seminar is: Raising Champions. We will be talking about: 1. Understanding your … Continue reading Your Child. God’s Champion.
There’s no two ways about it. Parenting can be tough. It is a subject that comes with tons of research, ideas, and lots of books! Every parent knows that they are a role model once their child is born. How does a child learn how to speak? How does a child learn how to behave? Children are constantly watching their parents’ actions, reactions to different … Continue reading Role Models
That time of year is back again. We see gravestones on front lawns, skeletons hanging from trees, jack-o-lanterns by the windows and fake bloody corpses that look like they are about to rise from the dead all around us. We see kids having fun, dressing up in adorable character/animal costumes or even in scary ensembles, trick-or-treating and getting waaay too much candy to eat. I … Continue reading Summer’s End