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March 2, 2015 By Greg Gibson
  By Greg Gibson Monday, March 2, 2015 —————- Even the goodness of boyhood energy is broken by the fall. But in most cases, what if we are getting the diagnosis wrong?  What if ADHD seems more like God-given characteristics of what it means to actually be a boy?
February 25, 2015 By Courtney Reissig
  By Courtney Reissig February 25, 2015 —————- Much of our differences in marriage and parenting is often owed to a misunderstanding of God’s good design for us---intrinsically as men and women created equally, but different. 
February 19, 2015 By Greg Gibson
  By Greg Gibson February 20, 2015 —————- A conversation on how teenagers can date differently, as this is a season for teenagers to prepare themselves for marriage, not a season to practice.
January 29, 2015 By Candice Watters
by Candice Watters “Let’s make sure these are equal,” said the check out lady at the grocery store. She had just ripped a strip of stickers from a big roll and was counting them off before handing them it over to our six year old. She then ripped a second strip of exactly the same...
December 9, 2014 By Steve Watters
by Steve Watters Remember that moment when you got the joke in the song “I saw Mommy kissing Santa Claus?” It’s one of those “pull back the curtain” songs that reveals the role parents play in Christmas. It’s a song that’s creepy for kids who don’t really have a category for their mom crossing paths...
November 27, 2014 By Candice Watters
by Candice Watters Apart from the turkey, stuffing and pumpkin pie, one of our favorite Thanksgiving meal traditions is a Pilgrim quiz. In the center of our table, next to the feast, is a small bowl with strips of paper. On each is a question. Questions like: How many Pilgrims left for the New World?...