I have some thoughts about pandemic life. I thought I’d drop them here for you. These aren’t “thus saith the Lord” thoughts so please don’t take them that way. I don’t believe there are any experts yet in living through a pandemic. These are thoughts formed after 5 months of navigating this as a person, … Continue reading Some thoughts about “really living” in a pandemic.
As American parents we are very concerned with the success of our children. So much so, we exhaust ourselves and them, striving for it. In extreme cases, as seen in the recent college admission scandal involving some of America's elite parents, we are willing to manipulate circumstances in order to ensure the success of our … Continue reading Parenting Concern #4: We don’t give our children permission to fail
As parents we naturally want the best for our children. When we find something they enjoy or discover a measure of talent we want to invest. I think that’s kind of normal. When it comes to prioritizing time and money we generally pursue talent development over faith development and this could come with real consequence. … Continue reading Parenting Concern #2: We Pursue Talent Development Over Faith Development