Do you have any summer road trips coming up? Playing games is a fun way to help pass the time. My family loves playing games in the car, but we get bored quickly with standard classics like “I Spy.” I love playing a variety of games that kids of all ages can participate in.
A few years ago, I ordered the book, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up. Everybody else was going on and on and on about how it had inspired them to declutter their homes and lives. We didn’t live in a very big place at the time (a 700-square-foot apartment), and I can remember staring,
For too long, I’ve griped about my daily work. I have to do this; I have to do that. Then slowly, something I didn’t expect started happening. The kids were sounding like me when I had them do their work. Oh, I have to do this again. This work is so boring. I realized
One of the saddest things I’ve noticed, since becoming a parent, is how it seems that everyone is so incredibly busy all the time! It’s not like we have just one or two busy days a week; every day is packed with multiple activities, and everyone staying home at the same time is an
Summer is well under way by now, and if you’re like most parents, you’ve probably heard, “I’m bored,” just a few more times than you’d like. Here are a few ways our family breaks the boredom and it doesn’t break the bank:  Bowling. Visit www.kidsbowlfree.com to register each child and receive free bowling
Just as history has a purpose, it also has a promise. The seeds sown by previous generations always bear sweet or bitter fruit for their descendants. We are responsible for tomorrow’s history. Yet, even in man’s freewill choices, God remains sovereign in guiding the affairs of men, a mystery we find fully revealed in
Ten years later, my naivety makes me smile. As a young student of history, I confidently thought history was one subject I could read without being tainted by author bias. How can you skew, misinterpret or worse, intentionally lie about events sealed in the past? Sadly, it didn’t take long for me to lose
Throughout history, the majority of children grew up to do whatever their parents did. If your dad was a farmer, odds were that you became one, yourself. In many parts of the world, this is still the case. Naturally, there are many factors making this the smoothest and most obvious path for a young