It’s been a while since I’ve been active on this blog. Not sure if anyone really missed me? But, I’m back and I’m refocusing this blog to be more about Kid’s Ministry, Leadership lessons, and information that I believe will help parents on their parenting/discipleship journey.
Just recently I’ve had discussions with others serving in children’s ministry and we were talking about the differences in generations as parents. Growing up in the 70’s-80’s it seemed my parents wanted me to learn about my creativity, how to win and how to lose, to fail without getting hurt or hurting others. I learned… Continue Reading What I want/don’t want for my kids
My wife and I have been married since 1987, As a young married couple, we committed to each other to love and respect each other. As we watch others who are married today we are surprised at just how often couples can really break that covenant with each other. I promised my wife that no… Continue Reading Married People Project- Love & Respect
In a day and age where Biblical marriage is under attack, I believe it’s time for the church to become totally proactive in helping parents stay together. When marriages start falling apart in the church at the same or greater rates than the world, we should wake up and start doing something to stop it. … Continue Reading Strong Marriages = Strong Families=Strong Churches!
Hey I’ll be blogging from this years Orange Conference in Atlanta this year. It truly is an honor to be part of the blogging team.
I’m saying YES!! I’m so excited to be a part of this year’s blogging team at Orange Conference. 6,000 people who love Jesus, kids, students, families will be there with me worshiping, learning, networking and saying YES!!
Kyle Idleman has written a very challenging read. Each of us is on a journey through life faced with many choices. God given choices, that we can either stop and listen to and consider or we can choose to ignore them and go on our way. But, at some point you will face a moment,… Continue Reading AHA Awakening. Honesty. Action – Book Review
“Our goal in parenting is not ultimately for our kids to get a great education or to be great athletes, or to find a great spouse or get a great career. Our goal is for them to love a great God.” David Platt D6 Conference 2011
The other day, I began to reflect on this question: Are we raising moral kids or godly kids? Is there a real difference?