A link to encourage you in the great work you are doing with your family!
And right now and here --- you have dignity, identity, eternity.
When you need a little lift --- remember, *don't give up*!
Things that I learn and re-learn...ten things that make our family come alive
What do we do with the time in our hands and the children in our home?
This is the revolution I’m desperate to see.
The quiet ripple of revival, all starting with us.
Post by the Husband How qualified are you as a parent? I’m not trying to ruffle any feathers here, but plumbers do apprenticeships for 3 years, Vets do 4-year undergrad courses and then some post-grad training, and even the childcare worker who looks after your toddler does 6 months Certificate III at TAFE to qualify… Continue reading One Important Issue About Children & School & Raising Them Right
James Dobson said it right, "babies come into the world with no instructions, and you pretty much assemble them on your own...they are maddeningly complex and there are no guaranteed formulas. Even the most intelligent professionals are struggling with their child rearing responsibilities at home..."
...if we could see Him in everything we do we won’t ever be ousted with our disappointment, our misplaced expectations...
Because infidelity doesn't necessarily start with sharing your bed with another person
if you have something in your life that is not necessarily “bad” - but dominates you, why don’t you ask God to help you give it up and find freedom.
The wonder of love can get murky through the scrapes of life.
And we can lose the wonder of love when we really choose to be in control.
Because the way to live life in control is to give the key of control to the One who really can control.
...that perhaps to start a new season right is to begin with pursuing an intimacy with God not just for a period of time, but as a preoccupation of life
You can always count on God to water arid hearts and to rend impossible heavens opened. So we can foretaste the sweet out of His bounty for all our bitter.
Because His rain isn't merely sentimental, but supernatural, His comfort supersedes every sorrow and every tear we've shed.
That time isn't for us to preserve or squander, but to lay down, and give away.
And the thrum of our heartbeat can't be hoarded, but can be hummed to, by the many impacted by our living, and our loving.
Husband, Father, Pastor, Speaker and lifetime Businessman and Investor Simon Chua talks in your everyday language of the journey that took him to true success and what it might mean to you today