When we know who we are, it’s easier to be who we are. There’s less doubt. Confusion. Inconsistency. Mediocrity. There’s more freedom. Answers. Contentment. Success. Assurance. Cooperation. When we understand our behaviors are rooted in our identity, we can live with more integrity. Confidence. Joy.
Does unconditional love matter? Oh, yes! Do children need to know home is a safe place and parents will accept them for who they are? Should they think the best of them? Oh, yes! Does it matter if children can be honest with their parents?
Friday is Johnny Appleseed Day. Teaching about him when I taught second graders was always fun. And, when I lived in Green Bay, WI, going to apple orchards with friends and family was always a highlight of the Fall. What if we used all 8
Today is a big day. A mom is putting her daughters first and I’m impressed. The sister of a friend of mine has distanced herself from her family. She tends to cycle through these seasons of major disagreements and communication conflicts. My friend is hurt,
You know by now, if you’re a reader of this blog, that all of us at Celebrate Kids believe children are smart in eight different ways. So are adults! All of us have all eight intelligences in different amounts. For instance, I’m much more word,
On the way to the grocery store, a friend’s son asked if they could rent a movie from the Red Box he knew was outside the store. After thinking about their schedule, she decided it was okay. After parking the car, my friend and her
September 13,14 – Oak Hills Church, San Antonio, TX
September 23,24 – La Casa de Cristo Lutheran Church
October 3 – Valley Pregnancy Center, Dublin, CA
October 18 – Pregnancy Help 4 U (Ladies Tea), Keller,TX
October 21 – Stonegate Fellowship (curriculum consultation), Midland, TX
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