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Less Is More....OR Why Halloween Really Does Turn Our Children Into Monsters

The first time my oldest son went trick-or-treating, he was dressed up as a bumblebee, but he turned into a monster. Because, paradoxically, inundation always ends with a sense of deprivation…My son was two-years-old when it happened. We dressed him up in a puffy black and yellow costume, and we rang his first Halloween doorbell. As the first pieces of candy disappeared into his bag, he was too overwhelmed with wonder to utter a word. By the third house, he had recovered his speech, and he... Read More
Posted by Barbara Brown at Saturday, October 31, 2015 | 0 comments

Praying Parents

Making disciples at home is a non-stop, always evolving process as you live with, teach, and discipline the kids God has placed in your life. The single most important thing you can do as you journey through this process is to pray.  Never underestimate the power of prayer as you discern how to disciple each individual child in your home. Specifically‚Ķ. Pray early.   Begin praying not only early in the day, but early in the life of your child. Do not wait until there is a... Read More
Posted by Barbara Brown at Monday, September 21, 2015 | 0 comments

Two Tickets... to the World!

Some of the biggest and best lessons I have learned are from the boy God added to our family almost 14 years ago. One of those lessons happened during our church missions emphasis seven years ago. Its memory still blesses and challenges me. The kids in our church were invited to "Journey to China" as part of that missions weekend. Three lay people who had been there as volunteer missionaries came to share with our kids. My prayer for the night was that they would speak clearly and that the... Read More
Posted by Barbara Brown at Monday, March 23, 2015 | 0 comments
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2 Corinthians 5:17-18