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Leadership

The One Way to Lift Up Other Fathers

Modern society hates fathers. It tears us down at every chance it gets. Fathers are always the butt of jokes and they are always being emasculated in modern media. The idea of honoring one’s father is laughable. Even though we have a day to do so, Father’s Day, it simply doesn’t have the gravitas or […]

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Leadership

5 Ways to Forge Sibling Bonds

Your children are on the same team. Teach them to act like good teammates. And more, teach them to be teammates who actually like each other. Their relationships with each other will outlast you. The bonds they forge now will be one of the key ways your legacy is transmitted. Long after you are gone, […]

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Discipline Leadership

How Your Children Are Some of Your Best Teachers

For the second time that day, I had told my daughter to stop correcting her brothers. One would mispronounce a small word and she was quick to tell him the proper way to say it. It got to the point where half of the conversation at the table was my daughter interrupting the conversation to […]

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Leadership

Keep Your Playfulness

Your household should be full of joy and laughter. That means you should be able to laugh at yourself. If you don’t take yourself too seriously, everyone else will follow suit. A sense of playfulness should be part of the atmosphere of your home. According to Edwin Friedman, …the relationship between anxiety and seriousness is […]

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Leadership

You are the Head

In Ephesians 5:23, it says For the husband is the head of the wife even as Christ is the head of the church, his body, and is himself its Savior. It does not say the husband should try to be the head of the wife. It says the husband is the head of the wife. […]

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