One of the most common of my many New Year's resolutions is to become a more patient mother and teacher. Every year, it seems that I start strong but my efforts slowly fizzle out by the last week of January. My greatest challenge is to able to teach my children how to behave in ways that are pleasing to the Lord without becoming impatient and frustrated myself.Read More »
Help! My High-Schooler Hasn’t Been Truthful About Doing His Work. I Can’t Keep Track of Everything!
by Mary Kay Clark | This can be a problem when a student is old enough to work on his own, but doesn’t really have sufficient supervision of his work.Read More »
Dare to Ask The Question That Could Change Your Life
by Mary Lou Warren | Do you find that you never seem to have enough time to do important things in your life? Is your time frittered away with minutia and time-wasting activities? How much time do you spend on repeated actions and routines that brings you no closer to where you want to go, to do, or to become?Read More »
The other day, I performed a task which is very common for the father of a large family—I took my trash to the dump. I am not someone who is ...Read More »