Today’s cancel culture does not yet murder those who speak or behave differently. Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
How do we overcome negative thinking? Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
God wanted humans and spirit beings to have the freedom to choose their behavior, also known as “free will. Have your kids watch this short animated video to find more about God's everlasting lesson!
As Christians, we must watch our behavior extra carefully to be sure we are copying the life of Jesus in everything we do. Have your kids watch this short animated video to learn more about what makes a good Christian leader!
What practical principles are there to deal with toxic people and how can you avoid absorbing their toxicity? When faced with toxic people we usually think about Jesus telling us to “turn the other cheek.” But what does that really mean? Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
We are losing our grip. Really. There is a battle for our children raging before us and we are losing it miserably. Raising children does not at all look like it once did a few generations ago. Back then, parents were expected to control their households and children were expected to grow up within that control. You might argue that such an arrangement was a little rigid. Perhaps. Now children and their feelings have become the idols of their parents' lives and those parents dutifully bow before and serve the desires, hormones and natural immaturity their children display. You might say that such an arrangement is a little - a lot - permissive. Absolutely! So, what do we do about it? How do we think, act and respond to our present parenting crisis? How do we swim upstream against the current of pitiful parenting and grab hold of and apply principles of powerful parenting?
Is right always right? It may seem like a simple question, but it really isn’t. The good news is, we live in a society of great freedom. The bad news is that this society of great freedom does not put nearly as high a value on great responsibility. Responsibility means doing the right thing – but what is the right thing? Does my definition of "right" spill over onto and affect your actions? Who or what determines “the right thing?” Is “the right thing” a moving target, or is it a stable and firm destination? Stay with us as we discuss right, wrong and moral standards.