Article Library of Christian Thoughts · December 17, 2018
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Meet Andre Harrison at his official book signing and release party at 6 p.m. on Thursday, June 14, 2012 at the Open House Lounge, 244 E Houston St. in New York City.
The purpose of this blog is to help the believer appreciate the tremendous value that God places on the home, to see how vitally connected to the restoration of the home is to the restoration of the Church and to understand God's basic order and design for the home.
Family - A fundamental social group in society typically consisting of one or two parents and their children. Two or more people who share goals and values, have long-term commitments to one another, and reside usually in the same dwelling place. A group of like things; a class. A group of individuals derived from a common stock: the family of human beings. All the members of a household under one roof. A group of persons sharing common ancestry. A group of individuals derived from a common stock.
I am so happy that God taught me how to appreciate now with such a simple lesson. My goal is to remember the lesson and never let it slip, because now is the time.
Balance is a precious thing. Some days I have it and others …not so much. I don’t think my life is particularly busier than most...
Children, whether consciously or unconsciously, are trained by their parents in the direction they should go with their lives.
Two toddlers in adjoining strollers are being pushed along a busy sidewalk by a pregnant woman in her early twenties while she holds an infant in one hand and the wrist of a rambunctious second grader singing “Go, Diego, Go” in the other. What is her story? Where is their father? Has she not heard of birth control? These and many more inappropriate thoughts you wouldn’t dare share with the struggling mother, but would most definitely with your girlfriends later on that day, inevitably cross your mind. Yet, these scornful glances and critical whispers are not new for the young mother. She has been the butt of many a Comedy Central stand-up joke and PTA lecture since she decided to pop out that fourth baby while still subsisting on government cheese. But, now, she and many others in her situation are in good comedic company as the story of one Nadya Suleman inundates our broadcast frequencies from sitcoms to school board hearings.
So divinely simple, yet so humanly obscure, love is the fertile field in which our capacity to forgive, experience reconciliation and move forward together in grace, will grow.
The most influential of all educational factors is the conversation in a child’s home.” William Temple (1628-1699). A study has shown that parents talk to their children an average of fourteen and a half minutes a day and if you remove the chitchat it is reduced to two and a half minutes...
What are you handing down to your kids? This is a very important question to answer. The reason centers on the next generations. Unless we are handing down the right things to our kids and grandkids we, as a nation, will be in a world of trouble. Much like the questions in reflection #31, we need to answer some important questions...