Our need to be loved is strong. Many times it overrides our good sense and responsibility. In families we see the bad parenting aspect: It's easier just to let kids grow up. "go out and play. Just stay out of my hair." Then the selfish parent factor: "If I don't let th
As sinful folks, we are all tempted to look outward at the faults of others in order for us to feel better about ourselves. Our delight in the failings of others can actually be a soothing balm that we rub on to dull the pain of our own sins and shortcomings. The relief is only temporary.
My granddaughter is starting to be a picky eater. The fact doesn’t shock me, because I know that kids go through phases. A few days ago, my daughter was getting stressed out over not having anything in the house that Sabria would eat. In my grandmotherly wisdom, I told my daughter to just go o
It always amazes me how my 6-month old son's arms, that can't be over twelve inches long, can reach things within five feet away! He is able to sit up now.
There was a cartoon several years ago in the Saturday Review of Literature in which little George Washington had cut down the famous cherry tree.
I've been busy trying to keep my kitchen stocked which lately has become an ever daunting task. With four kids and lots of extras around, preparation is key. I never know if I'll have two, four or ten for meals.
Many today think that God’s silence within the Scripture is in fact, permission to act. In contrast, there are others today who say that if God is silent on a subject, this means we cannot do it! Which viewpoint is the Scriptural viewpoint?
A film set is considered by many to be a place of magic and mystery. Most people aren't aware of why certain decisions are made and why certain things happen.
Remember the old days when, if there was something you were going to order, you had to do it over the phone?