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The Respect Dare
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Dare 1 of The RESPECT DARE…Expectations
Marriage Expectations My daughter and I attended a conference for young girls and their moms. Standing and worshiping together, we clapped hands, waved our arms, and sang our hearts out. We took notes and ate Chick-Fil-A sandwiches for lunch. We talked and laughed a lot. The main message of the conference dealt with Jesus Christ as […]
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The Respect Dare… for Non-Christians
Rationale for Respect Several years ago, I had a discussion with a woman who adamantly refused to demonstrate respect towards her husband. She felt he hadn’t done anything to deserve it. She’s not a Christian, and wouldn’t appreciate God’s point of view in the matter. So, I took an academic approach. Research done at Washington State University […]
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The Respect Dare … and His Blessings
Brilliant Light of God After a morning run, I rested near our garden pond and listened to the sounds of water cascading over rocks into water. Glancing back toward the house, I caught an interesting reflection in the large bay windows. I look at the reflection of a large stand of trees. As the breeze blew the branches […]
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The Respect Dare for Parents
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Does Your Kid Make You Feel Like You Can Do Nothing Right?
Last week I felt like everything I did for one of my kids was met with sarcasm, frustration, or anger. The typical jokes we had between us, the acts of kindness I did, and every time I seemed to open my mouth it was met with a snarl of “you never…” or “you always…”. I […]
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It’s Never Too Late to Right the Wrongs
This past week something transpired in our home that helped me realize how our words and actions can have devastating impact on our kids for years to come. Keep in mind I have four kids who have grown up under our roof who are now 20-Somethings. Most people would have described us as a loving Christian […]
It’s the Little Things that Count
If you are like me, you’ve celebrated every big event your kids have had. Whether it is first day of high school, getting their temps, high school graduation or any other thing that they’ve worked hard for, you probably have pictures galore to show for the celebration–balloons, gifts, or maybe, food and friends made it a […]