This is Part 2 of 2 parts regarding parenting on shyness. First read yesterday’s post and then this post will accomplish it’s purpose.
As stated in the previous article:
…Shyness is not something “cute.” It is a childish behavior that should be patiently, lovingly and deliberately trained out of the child. What should a parent do? Continue reading
Learning is a process. That process is unique for different people. Some people are visual learners and some are auditory. People learn at different rates, but all people can learn. How does that matter? Continue reading
I am in the process of finishing our lower level so that it will become a warm home through these cold winter months coming. I’ve done the general contracting before and electrical work on two homes, but not the work myself. I have a plumber coming, because of a lack of confidence, but right now I’m enjoying the joy of doing the framing work.
There are several interesting obstacles to work around like 8″x12″ beams across the whole house and six windows to frame around, including five that go above the projected drop ceiling. Continue reading
Our God is an awesome God and He reigns from heaven above. Here are the words to a great hymn:
- Immortal, invisible, God only wise,
- In light inaccessible, hid from our eyes,
- Most blessed most glorious, the Ancient of Days
- Almighty, victorious, Thy great name we praise
I love those words! There is no one like God. He is perfect, infinite and sovereign over all the details of life. Yet, He also allows situations, though they are in His control, they seem like they are out of our control. That causes foolish responses and actions. Continue reading
As I had prepared an Advent message on “The Joy of the Promise,” I had spent time in Genesis 2 and 3 and I was reminded of the great passage of Genesis 4:4-5. It’s the first account of how God confronted sin. He did confront it, but He didn’t confront it in the same way most Christians do. Continue reading
How could a loving God allow suffering? That is a question I have heard many, many times. It’s as if people expect that God is, if He is all powerful, obligated to ensure that people should not suffer, because a “loving God” should not allow suffering of people. Continue reading