My youngest son, who is 12, has this crazy notion that the ’80s was the best decade to grow up in. He got that idea from the watching “The Goldbergs,” Source: The Bristol Mall: Bliss and beginnings | Opinion | heraldcourier.com Advertisements
But maybe parental perfection looks more like a crazy mom dancing in a van with the kids.
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I don’t want perfect kids – or even perfect parties. I want kids of character. Character comes from the ways we handle imperfection in ourselves and in others.
“made me wonder (sort of) what role the Christian community has played in furthering inequality in education over the years? I wonder what ways Christ’s people can help reform that?”
Sherry and I have a friend and, as it turns out, the church she attends is looking for a pastor. They were talking some time ago and our friend said to Sherry, “I just hope we get a pastor who believes in a big Jesus. I believe in a big Jesus and people need that. […]
Sherry and I have three sons. We, like most parents, love our children – deeply. As a rule, love means we long for, pray for, work for, hope for – do all we can for – their good. It also means we are on the defense, working, as much as possible, to prepare them more than […]