Do you love your kids? Do your actions show you love your kids? How do your kids know? The way your love comes out in your parenting may actually be hurting your kids. So, what kind of parent are you?
For the past few mornings my wife has allowed me to wake up next to her and my friend Joy. Although my wife doesn’t really know Joy, she has no problems with our relationship. In fact, I would say she wants me to get to know Joy even more. My hope is they develop a strong friendship themselves. This would make my life, my wife’s life, and our family life better.« Continue »
I have been reading some of the books from the Dave Ramsey team lately. In Dave Ramsey’s book, “EntreLeadership,” and Jon Acuff’s book, “Quitter,” the topic of employee stealing is discussed. As I read it and realized I have been one of those thieving employees, it was a nice gut punch. But even worse, an effective gut punch combo, was the realization I’ve been stealing from my wife and kids just as much, if not more.« Continue »
In the United States obesity is a major concern, especially childhood obesity. Without even throwing out some statistics to you, you can probably notice it by looking at some of your kids friends. Maybe even your own kids. You may say “kids don’t get out and play like they used to,” and I agree. However, it could also be good nutrition is lacking in your kids’ diet.« Continue »
Being married is wonderful in the fact you have someone there with you, and for you, at all times. It is a reciprocal relationship. Sometimes you are in need of encouragement. Sometimes you need to encourage your spouse. I was in need of encouragement earlier this week, and my wife was there when I needed her.« Continue »
The “Love of the Game” is a phrase you have probably heard many times if you follow sports. Typically when an athlete reaches a very high level in their sport they speak of how they have this love of their sport, that helps to drive them, makes them want to play it more, and ultimately helps them become great.« Continue »