Presidential Leadership Begins at Home

Presidential Leadership Begins at Home

“As the leader goes, so goes the nation”– a familiar saying I was reminded of while teaching a junior high Sunday School class. We were discussing good leadership during a lesson on Moses. I was honored to be among a wise group of kids. The compiled list of...
5 Tips for Busy Moms in the Fledging Years

5 Tips for Busy Moms in the Fledging Years

I fell into bed at night, feeling like my head was pinned against a wall and there was no way out. The next day would be the same—up at 5:30 am, get the babysitter, get the kids to school, teach high schoolers, rush to a volleyball game, help kids with homework, get...
Why Your Shouldn’t Baby Your Kids

Why Your Shouldn’t Baby Your Kids

“Everything is permissible, but not everything is beneficial” I Corinthians 10:23 “You let us figure things out on our own. You didn’t baby us” my nineteen year-old responded when I asked him what things his dad and I did “right” in parenting him and his siblings. My...
Best Tips for Family Life S3E6

Best Tips for Family Life S3E6

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 20:27 — 17.0MB)Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | RSSIngrid and Brenda talk today about their top three tips for family life. Between them, they have over sixty years of parenting, and almost the same years of marriage,...
Mom Fear, Grit, and How to Stop Whining

Mom Fear, Grit, and How to Stop Whining

Mom fear is a term I labeled in a recent broadcast in the Fledge Parent Facebook Forum. The enemy of God doesn’t want us talking about it. The video was accidentally deleted after it went live, and my phone overheated as I tried to record a recap. (Here’s...

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