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"Do you not know that those who run in a race all run, but only one receives the prize?
Run in such a way that you may win." » I Corinthians 9:24

Our daughters realize these children are just like them in many ways and want to give them the same opportunities and freedom that we enjoy in our country.

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We must impart a heart for purity in our daughters and sons. It begins when they are very young, but it is never too late to start.


We all tend to use our accomplishments, our possessions, our looks, our intelligence, our personalities, our job statuses, or our abilities to win people’s favor at times. We want people to like us. We want them to think we are special, important, and successful. We often live for this.


Training your son to respect and protect women starts at an early age. If you allow your son to disrespect his mother or be harsh with his sisters, the chances are high that he will not naturally grow out of that.

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God understands our mother’s heart because He created it in the image of His own. He knows where we are at all times, protects us, watches over us, blesses us when we obey, and sings songs over us to pour out His affection and dreams for our future.

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With so many marriages ending in divorce, is it possible to have a happy, healthy, God-honoring marriage nowadays? Yes! Find out how to honor marriage God’s way this Valentine’s Day!


Traditions and habits should be carefully chosen and executed with purpose in light of the Word of God. These things shape our children’s hearts and behavior more than we like to think they do.


As a family, building character was foremost in our discussions. We desired for our children to understand that God requires our best in all we do. The desire to be driven or to do hard work should not be for the end goal of becoming a millionaire; it is to work diligently for the Lord, using the gifts He has generously given us for His good!

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Are your children equipped to face the “Real World”? When children finish their home training and “leave the nest” into the secular culture around them, will they be truly prepared to embark on such a journey?

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Last week, I talked about the importance of being a World Changer so you can raise World Changers. This week I’m going to share with you the five “stones” needed to do so. While there are many strategies and tips you can use to help you on this journey, I have found these particular five habits to be indispensable in raising young men and women after God’s own heart. Are you ready?

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