Children and Tragedies

Children are facing tragedies daily. Parents are deployed. Storm, wildfires, and earthquakes destroy lives, homes, and communities. Cancer is no respecter of persons, striking the very young and the very old. How we address these situations affects our children’s reactions. … Continue reading

Children’s Writing

Did you know that children’s magazines are now asking for writing from children? Both secular and Christian magazines want writing from their readers. How can we help our children stretch themselves to¬†become¬†writers that reach a broad audience with a Christian … Continue reading

The Routine of Christian Devotions

Routines are important in our so-busy culture. Whether it is the routine of mealtime and bedtime for a baby, the routine of completing homework for a school child, or the routine of daily tasks for a senior, we thrive on … Continue reading

What’s the rush?

But Jesus often withdrew to lonely places and prayed. Luke 5:16 (NIV) It’s mid-August. Have you felt the pull of autumn, yet? The gardens bulge with ripened fruits and veggies. Back-to-school sales remind us that our children soon trade in … Continue reading