The Truth About Learning: Every Child Is Smart
There’s a blog being shared on Facebook that you’ve perhaps seen. The headline is “The Learning Myth: Why I’ll Never Tell My Son He’s Smart.” If you’re familiar with multiple
I Spy Smart iKids!
Do you remember playing the “I spy” game as a child? I do. Today I’m sitting in the lobby of a large children’s ministry area at a church in Woodstock,
Have Internal Peace When External Challenges Arise
Peace has been on my mind. Has it been on yours? Last Friday’s headline in the USA Today was “World in Crisis.” The article was especially about the plane shot
Let’s Offer Hope To Hurting Teens
Yesterday was an emotionally fatiguing day. It seemed like every time I turned around there was another reason to think about teenagers. There were more details about Monday’s tragic stabbing
All Words Are Powerful
Do you listen to yourself? What do you say to your kids? Over and over and over again? How do you think those things compare to what they long to
What Does Devotion Look Like?
Families seem to be falling apart left and right. All around us. It’s impossible for me to separate myself from my ministry of Celebrate Kids. When I read the news