Take advantage of rare close teenage moments. Not unusual when raising Independent kids – BLOG
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Think about it!. If we, as parents, are developing our kids to be mature, independent adults by the time they leave our homes, then they will naturally push away, disagree with us (sometimes loudly), or not want to be seen with us, etc. (you fill in the blank). What does independence look like? If there isn’t some of this, then … more

My Inheritance and My Foundations … from my parents Blog
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Brad and Charlotte Ramsey Although my parents weren’t rich or famous, just plain and poor, they passed on to me an inheritance that will last forever. They modeled Christ, loved me unconditionally, and somehow challenged me to dream and believe in the impossible. When they went to be with God, Dad left me a $2 bill as an inheritance. It only reminds me of how … more

Worldview changes-Shaped by Age 13
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Worldview changes over the last 13 yrs. What I found very interesting is the following comment: “The firm’s studies have also pointed out that a person’s worldview is primarily shaped and is firmly in place by the time someone reaches the age of 13; it is refined through experience during the teen and early adult years; and then it is … more