It’s August and that means your kids are going back to school. For some of you, they are entering Middle or High school and some of you are sending your kids off to college or your kids have let you know they are venturing out on their own or you’ve let them know it’s time to move out. For some of you, it’s your … Read More 5 Things Parents Can Do For Themselves and Their Kids as They Transition Into Adulthood
As parents, we have felt compelled to be perfect. We fear the judgments of others on our parenting skills and this can be deadly to our family relationships and the impact on your kids. We’ll discuss this on this week’s podcast of THE WORSHIP LIFE.
Relationships are hard work. Ask anyone who’s in one or trying to maintain one. They require everything we’ve got and at times, even what we don’t have. And I don’t know about you, but I’m not into “maintaining” but, instead, “growing” my relationships. I don’t just want to “get by”, I want my relationships to thrive. But how do we do that? What can we do to … Read More One of the Most Important Keys for Lasting Relationships
I have many things to be grateful for and of the lot, is the triumph that I raised three children; a daughter and twin sons. They are now grown with lives of their own, in which they are doing quite well. From the bounty of their relationships, I also cherish a son in law and grandson!
I think of my children often. About as often as I take a breath or have a heartbeat. They are in my thoughts and prayers like breathing. It is impossible for me to think about life without thinking of them. And although they’re grown now with lives of their own, the relationships that have been built between us, since conception, can never be severed.