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What Skills A Child Should Know At What Age

                In this book you’re going to learn what skills a child should know at what age. You will learn how to teach those skills, and you will learn how to motivate your child to perform them. It seems that … Continue reading

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A Man of Understanding Will…

A wise man will hear and increase in learning, And a man of understanding will acquire wise counsel ~ Proverbs 1:5   Life Challenge:  With our sovereign God in mind, the One who controls every circumstance, the one who can … Continue reading

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Intentionally Expose Your Child To The Everyday Life Skills We Take For Granted

                How could we fit another commitment into our already overcommitted lives? Then it became clear to me that the solution was so obvious—get the children involved in everyday life alongside the adults in the family. If they spend time … Continue reading

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Issues Of Practical Life Skills Need Serious Attention. Can I Do This?

My comment: Others have tried raising kids and failed, but they took notes.  We can learn from them; we don’t have to reinvent the wheel.  Not all advice will be good advice or well received, but as one Pastor told … Continue reading

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Pre-Programmed Kids

Do kids come pre-programmed to take care of themselves and others? My comment: I want to stop before we go on to the second sentence of this book.  That question is worth pausing to think through because children do come … Continue reading

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Is Alexa Really Eavesdropping on You?

  Quotes: Is Alexa Really Eavesdropping on You? – Bloomberg all these concerns seem a bit overheated. If the companies are telling the truth about how they operate—and lying about it would draw ire from both government regulators and customers—the … Continue reading

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I Am My Own Grandpa!

I was raised by a Dad who worked 70 hours a week.  I never saw him nor heard him except when he would yell at us to do our chores, turn down the radio, stop fighting or complaining.  He had … Continue reading

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