Kissing and touching your spouse is holy conduct. Kissing and touching others isn’t. Taking what belongs to someone else is always wrong. Giving what belongs to your spouse, present or future, to someone else is also wrong. The only rule of thumb necessary is: Be faithful to your spouse before you meet him/her and after you’re married to him/her. Christian young people who are taught and live by this biblical principle will never regret it. Click through to read more.
Just because we brought children into the world doesn’t mean we get to have an open, loving relationship with them. As in any relationship of depth and value, trust must be established with our children and continually cultivated as they mature through their teen and early adult years. But, we don’t always do that, do we? Click through to learn how.
"If your looking for the perfect gift for your kids, or someone you know, Lisa and I strongly recommend this amazing series! It’s entertainment for our kids that our kids love and we trust to be true to our biblical values. And did I say our kids loved it?! Every one of our kids – 4 boys and 4 girls – loved listening as the kids in these adventures explore mysteries, gain a great deal of real knowledge, get in and out of real danger, and learn to be resourceful problem solvers."
"Happiness – it’s what every parent desires for their kid’s childhood but if there’s one decisive lesson life teaches it’s that you will never be happy or content focusing on yourself. How can you avoid raising miserable children with an entitlement attitude? How can you raise your children to stop whining, be truly happy, thoughtful of others, and pleasing to the Lord? This is our discussion on the podcast, this week: How to Free Your Kids from Feeling Entitled."