Thursday, February 24, 2011

Family Strategies and Giveaway

To Survive and Prosper: It’s Time to Think Strategically
About Your Children, Your Household, and Your Family Culture!

strat-e-gies: The art of devising or employing plans or stratagems toward a goal.

If you are a Christian parent living in the twenty-first century, you need to think strategically about your family. Settling for the priorities and practices of the world is a proven formula for disaster. As parents, we must do more than settle. We must self-consciously choose. This requires strategic biblical thinking. It means self-consciously building your family culture. And whether the subject is entertainment choices, home d├ęcor, travel, music in the home, or dealing with antagonistic relatives, it means that wise, Scripturally-informed parents must think creatively as they aggressively engage impediments and obstacles to success.

Monday, February 21, 2011

Treat Her Like A Lady

(Below is a full article by Douglas Wilson. To see more articles by him, visit Credenda Agenda)

Treat Her Like A Lady
by Douglas Wilson
As difficult as the concept is for males to understand, feminine weakness is not a weakness. No woman should ever be evaluated apart from her creation design, or divinely-given purpose. Neither should any man. God has made each of us for a particular calling, and has equipped us for that calling. As the calling varies, so does the equipping.

Friday, February 18, 2011

The Making of A Godly Man

A few days ago, while reading through some Psalms, I was gripped by David's descriptive language of a Godly person in Psalm 15. The clarity and profundity stood out like a diamond on black velvet. For those who wish to walk in a manner worthy of their calling, only complete surrender to David's words will do.

Monday, February 7, 2011

Been Kinda Busy Lately...

If it seems like it's been a while since I posted - it has. Between the Chicago Blizzard last week that had me putting in lots of extra hours at work while still trying to spend time with a large family, blogging many times has to take a back seat.