The Father Factor: Lessons from Biking & Blending a Family

“Fathers, do not exasperate your children; instead, bring them up in the training and instruction of the Lord” Ephesians 6:4 (NIV). I spent my formative years with my mother. By the time my father became a steady presence in my life, I had many walls up because of his absence the first 14 years of my life. As a result, I never developed a normal father/daughter relationship. I don’t know … [Read more...]

Partner Post: You Owe it to Your Family to be the Best Person You Can Be

Are you sure that you’re currently the best person you can be? If you're not, you owe it to your family to change that because they deserve to see the best version of you. There are so many reasons why this is the case, as well as some examples you might want to follow if do want to be the best person you possibly can be in life. So read on now and learn plenty of people in the same … [Read more...]

Partner Post: Life Milestones That Every Parent Dreads

Like it or not, your kids will reach many milestones during their lives, and you can use those instances as a gauge for assessing their progress and maturity. Unfortunately, your little ones are not going to remain children forever, and so you need to welcome all these milestones and ensure you don’t hinder them. Still, there are certain stages in a child’s life that every parent dreads. With that … [Read more...]