This is the second installment on a series of posts I am doing. If you missed yesterday’s post, be sure to go down and read that one. Today I want to share with you what you need to know about privacy settings. Privacy settings are super-important and must be checked regularly! As the parent, you …
First let me say that I am no “expert” on Facebook. I am just a mom, like you. But if you and I were having coffee together and the topic of teens and Facebook came up, there are a few things that I have learned that I would share with you, because I know that …
“Truly I say to you, to the extent that you did it to one of these brothers of Mine, even the least of them, you did it to Me.” ~Mathew25:40 Each year, Legacy Moms families reach out to our community and provide Christmas gift and basic needs for needy children and their families in the …
I think most parents would agree that we want to pass on good things to our kids because we love them, and we hope in our heart-of-hearts that we aren’t passing on too many of our “bad traits” to them. Most Christian parents I know would say they really want to leave a godly legacy …
At our last event, we talked extensively about how we communicate with the people around us and how it can set them (and us) in the right or wrong directions based on what we say and how we say it. I quickly went through a list of common trouble-spots for women and asked you to …
1. Bribing for desired behavior. Take a trip to your local grocery store and you’ll probably see at least one mom pleading with her child to behave, and it usually ends up with the mom telling the child that if she will be “good” she can have some candy. I’m all for rewarding our children …
Many times when I speak to women, I say that women are sometimes still that 7th grade girl inside who just wants to fit-in and be accepted. Let’s face it, most women are pleasers and desperately want to connect in some way with other women. Recently I was doing a little mother-daughter Bible study time …
I saw a news story today about the son of one of my high school coaches who has gotten in trouble for some of the same things his dad had been accused of many years ago. I was reminded of how God put boundaries and rules of acceptable behavior in our lives to protect us. …
Last night we were doing a family bedtime devotional with the kids and somehow got on the topic of how you can use what God has given you to serve Him. Our 8-year-old suddenly blurts out, “I know EXACTLY what I am going to do when I grow up!” “Really?” we ask. “Yes,” he says, …
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