With the FAFSA deadline quickly approaching, here is everything you need to know about the FAFSA and how do it!
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!
Kids who eat lots of fruits and vegetables tend to have stronger immune systems than those who don’t. A strong immune system is a big deterrent to viruses and allergies.
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?
College years are so exciting with friendships, opportunities to meet new people from all over the world, and the thrill of learning and growing. But college can be stressful—those exams and papers! The end of the semester is crunch time around here, and sometimes stressful. How can you be successful in college? Here are some tips that work for our family!
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?
How do we raise these fiery fighters? I can assure you it is not accidentally. It is intentional. It requires sacrifice and plenty of it. But before we explore the answer to this question, let me say this: We cannot pass on what we ourselves do not possess. We cannot raise World Changers if we ourselves are not changing the world.