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Take Back Your Family from the Tyrants of Burnout, Busyness, Individualism, & the Nuclear Ideal By Jefferson Bethke It’s embarrassing to admit this, but with all the reading I do, I don’t read many books geared towards parenting and motherhood. Even when I was a new mom, I read only a few books from that […]

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Easter is a holy time for the follower of the Way, the Truth, and the Life. It’s a time of remembrance, reflection, and rejuvenation. It’s a time of hope and humility. It’s a time to come together as the body of Christ and celebrate the core traditions of our faith.  But Easter can also be […]

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The Wonder of Creation: 100 More Devotions About God & Science  By Louie Giglio Too often today we hear that God and science cannot co-exist. We’re told to “trust the science” without being able to explore the meaning, purpose, possibilities, or brilliance behind the wonders of the world and the glorious experiences of life. That […]

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In this second installment of my Culture Matters: Kids & Tech series, I will outline my family’s tech policy along with detailing each family member’s individual tech use and ownership. Additionally, I will offer age-appropriate rules and internet safety guidelines for your family’s personal consideration.  If you have any rules, recommendations or resource referrals that I have not mentioned […]

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Faith Forward Family Devotional By Ruth and Patrick Schwenk As my children get older, I am constantly seeking ways to connect and apply the Gospel to our everyday living and interactions. Our church does a fantastic job of supplying monthly devotional material that is both age appropriate and relatable to the children’s ministry’s monthly theme. […]

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Screen Kids: 5 Skills Every Child Needs in a Tech-Driven World By Gary Chapman and Arlene Pellicane “It seems to be creating more bad than good. Why won’t they just shut it down?” I lamented to my husband after watching Netflix’s documentary, The Social Dilemma.* The it I referred to being social media. I’m the first to admit I’ve […]

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