How parents and grandparents can bring revival to our land

There’s a scary reality we need to bring up. Though we are studying Deuteronomy, jump ahead to Judges 2:10, which takes place maybe 40-50 years after Deuteronomy.  By this time Joshua has taken over for Moses as leader of Israel, guiding Israel as  they take possession of the Promised Land and settle down.  Then JoshuaContinue reading “How parents and grandparents can bring revival to our land”

Moses’ fireside chat: Introducing Deuteronomy, a bold, risky book of truth-telling

I want you to imagine a scene with me.  In this scene older adults sit down with their family.  Splayed out around them are their kids, grandkids, and maybe even great-grandkids.  The older adult then starts telling the family history.  They include the familiar stories, and they tell ones never heard. What I am describingContinue reading “Moses’ fireside chat: Introducing Deuteronomy, a bold, risky book of truth-telling”

Do you parents feel like going on strike?

Sometimes we parents feel like we need a break.  We can feel exhausted, frustrated, and like we want to go on strike.  In 2004, the parents in the picture above did just that.  You can read all about it here.  Parenting can be hard.  Do you feel like parenting can drive you crazy?  That whileContinue reading “Do you parents feel like going on strike?”