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Archive for the ‘parents’ Category

joy, tears and timebombs

April 25, 2009

so we have had ella home now for a week today!   what an incredible amount of joy this precious little girl has brought to our family already.  it’s even strange saying the word family because even though dawn and i were a family all along, the addition of ella has added so many new dimensions […]

pulling back the curtain • part three

March 27, 2008

finding our way forward with students and their families is going to take knowing the cultural landscape, understanding our theological “rocks” that are non-negotiable and then making intelligent choices based on those two things. the cultural landscape of students these points are based on the research of chap clark in his book “hurt” we may […]

appalachian trail • gettysburg • ace adventure center

January 2, 2008

  so, i’m finalizing plans for a father•son trip this summer.  we’re heading for… west virginia and the ace adventure center where we are kayaking, whitewater rafting and rock climbing. then to pennsylvania to hike a day or two on the appalachian trail. then to gettysburg to camp and visit the civil war battlefield. it […]

parents and worldview

October 24, 2007

one thread running through a number of the things i heard at the convention was the importance of parents and shaping a worldview. worldview isn’t a set of rose colored glasses but a biblical framework to see how to live, think and discern what is going on in God’s world around us. if you look […]

parents night

May 30, 2007

  so night one went well at the state park.  unfortunately i didn’t see anyone yet, but we got the motor home in [it’s a sweet beast!] and set up and then i grabbed the movie sahara and settled into the air conditioned bedroom and watched until i fell asleep. so tonight it’s a parents […]