Articles in “Parents”
Written by Ron Hunter on February 11, 2013
You see it on overpasses, the sides of buildings, and on the occasional billboard. The person wanting their message or art seen has left his or her mark. Some marks are territorial; some are works of art, while others send a message. You can tell when you enter certain parts of a city that certain groups have a presence there and may have a strong influence on what goes on.
Using graffiti to mark territory by sending messages to those who pass by has been around a lot longer than spray paint aerosol cans. Back during the Egyptian empire…
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Written by Jacob Riggs on October 10, 2012
We are excited to have Tim Smith as one of our new authors here at Randall House! He has authored numerous books including The Relaxed Parent, Family Traditions, Letters to Nichole, and Life Skills for Guys (among many others!). Tim has been married to Suzanne for over 30 years. They have two grown daughters.Read more
Tim’s new book is called 52 Creative Family Time Experiences: Fun Ways to Bring Faith Home. You can buy it at several online retailers including Amazon.
To help get the word out, we’re giving away this free sample of the book! Just click here to download.
Written by Jacob Riggs on May 31, 2012
I was blessed to grow up as a pastor’s kid. That’s right, I was blessed to have the parents I have. Some seem to resent the fact they grew up as a PK, but I do not. Not that I’m better than other PKs; just that although there were times I wish we could have gone to Disney World instead of our denomination’s convention, I wouldn’t trade my childhood for the world. Dad and Mom were awesome parents—not because they were perfect, but because they were repentant.Read more
Here are two reasons perfect parenting won’t work:
1. Because being perfect parents is…