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One Way to Eliminate Racism: Disciple Your Kids

Posted on August 31, 2017 in Family, Theology by

This father, which seemed sincere, and sincerely heartbroken over his sons attitude and actions wants to make is clear that their family does not believe the same way. To emphasize this point the father wrote that his son has been disowned, uninvited to any family gatherings until he changes his ways. And the father specifically wanted everyone to know:

“We do not know specifically where he learned these beliefs. He did not learn them at home.”

This begs the question: where did he learn these beliefs?

VIDEO: The Bible Project is Helping People Read and Learn the Bible Through Media

Posted on October 18, 2016 in Theology by

The Bible Project video series is teaching people the essential truths of biblical doctrine in a simple format that is easy to learn and understand.

I’m always looking for resources that can be used to better teach the truth of Scripture. I like things that can be used to help kids or adults better internalize the doctrines that are foundational to our faith.

To that end, I came across a video series being produced that is helping to accomplish the goal of teaching the essential doctrines of Scripture in a visual format.

The Bible Project is a non-profit ministry dedicated to helping people read and understand the Bible. Their website describes the ministry this way:

What is the Most Important Lesson My Kids Can Learn from Me?

Posted on March 9, 2016 in Family, Theology by

As parents we spend a lot of time teaching our kids. Over the years I have helped teach my kids to:

tie a shoe,
ride a bike,
dress,
brush their teeth,
vacuum the floor,
and eat with a fork.

These “lessons” were often informal, not something planned with a manual and graded when we were done.

I’m sure you can recall many “lessons” you taught your kids as they were growing up (or maybe you’re still teaching because your kids are young; or hard-headed.) We often teach our kids without even realizing that we are doing so; a truth that is both interesting and somewhat frightening.

We’ve all been told that kids watch our every move and will learn by watching; they will imitate us. So we do our best as parents to be polite, use our manners, and refrain from burping at the dinner table. We want our kids to learn good habits so we try each day to set an example for them. But what about the lessons that can’t be learned by simply watching and observing someone else?

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