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7 Conditions That Make It More Difficult To Help a Child

7 Conditions That Make It More Difficult to Help a Child

There are specific conditions where it’s more challenging to help a child change. It’s vital to know these things if your child is not walking with the Lord. The great news is that there is always hope because you can do something about it. Hope… Continue Reading …

You Have To Work To Rest If You Ever Want To Enjoy This Gift

You Have to Work to Rest If You Ever Want to Enjoy This Gift

To live a life that is honoring to God requires a person to rest well. If you rest well, you will work well, and the other parts of your life will be satisfying, too. So important is rest that without a sound theology and practice… Continue Reading …

Learning How To Encourage Disappointing People To Change

Learning How to Encourage Disappointing People to Change

If a family member or friend does not meet your expectations, what is your primary way of motivating them to change? Do you encourage them toward a better way of living, or do you use other methods like criticism, nagging, and condemnation that tempts them… Continue Reading …

How Do I Help My Teen When He Does Not Want My Help?

How Do I Help My Teen When He Does Not Want My Help?

How do you help a teenage son when he does not want your help? You feel him distancing from you and the family, but he won’t communicate with you. Should you relax your expectations? Perhaps a more in-depth question is how is his behavior a… Continue Reading …

Do You Think It’s Right to Correct My Authoritarian Husband?

Do You Think It's Right to Correct My Authoritarian Husband?

No human has absolute authority over another. This perspective should be common sense, but it’s not for everyone. A dictatorial husband and father can put wives and children in a difficult spot, which begs the question, do you think it’s right to correct my authoritarian… Continue Reading …

Should I Honor My Parents or Obey My Husband?

Recently, I posted a case study about honoring parents when you are married. This idea is a common question that counselors have asked me, hence the case study. Listen to the podcast Our podcasts are on iTunes, Google Play, SoundCloud, TuneIn, or Stitcher. If you… Continue Reading …

The Best Thing Some Parents Can Do Is Stop Parenting

You cannot create unity from disunity. “Kind begets kind,” as the King James Bible tells us. What goes in will come out. If disunity is what is in your marriage, disunity is what will come out of it. Listen to the podcast Our podcasts are… Continue Reading …

The Reason I Stopped Hating My Dad

Every child to varying degrees is treated poorly by his father. I wish I had another story to tell you. Victimization not okay, but it is a fact about the fallout of our fallenness. And the temptation for the child is to grow up bitter.… Continue Reading …

The Angry Dad

There are few things more frightening to a child than the angry dad. An angry dad in the home is the metaphorical equivalent of rolling a child’s heart through a mine field. If the dad does not change, the child will be set up for… Continue Reading …

I Got Angry At My Daughter the Other Day

I Got Angry At My Daughter the Other Day

daddy, family, relationships, anger, repentance, conflict