This is the final blog in our series titled “Sinners Raising Saints,” which has been an exploration of ways we can help keep healthy behavioral expectations for our kids without … Continue Reading →
We are continuing to explore the idea of how we can create healthy behavioral expectations for our kids without teaching them that their acceptance is based on their own goodness.
I began this conversation in the previous blog with the recognition that there are some inherent tensions with trying to set healthy behavioral expectations for our kids while at the … Continue Reading →
Having grown up in the church, I seem to have developed an acute awareness of how I am supposed to behave. Things I should do, things I shouldn’t, things that … Continue Reading →