Do you remember playing the “I spy” game as a child? I do. Today I’m sitting in the lobby of a large children’s ministry area at a church in Woodstock, Georgia. The first floor, below the worship center that seats 7,500 people, is the nursery
Peace has been on my mind. Has it been on yours? Last Friday’s headline in the USA Today was “World in Crisis.” The article was especially about the plane shot out of the sky over Ukraine., but there’s so much more. Israel. Iran. Afghanistan. Iraq.
As I wrote about last Wednesday and taught about in one of my videos, all of us are born with the capacity to develop eight intelligences. Our Creator generously creates us with each, but relies on parents and others to awaken each part of the brain
Last Monday, I encouraged readers to consider what they value for them and their children. I provided a list of words for you to consider. I certainly don’t want you or your children to be unhappy. I’ll choose happiness over misery or just that “blah”
Multiple intelligences is a strength-based way of looking at children, teens, and even adults. That’s one reason I enjoy teaching the model. All of us are born with a capacity to develop all eight smarts. Although it’s never too late to awaken them, the earlier
Happiness. The celebration of happiness is all around us. I flew last Tuesday and my glass of ice water was served with a napkin including the Coke® campaign slogan reminding me to “Open Happiness.”® The pursuit of happiness may be one of our unalienable rights
June 12-14 – Great Homeschool Convention – California
June 20 – Sewell Ford (Mind Styles™)
June 21 - Stonegate Fellowship Odessa Campus
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