Learning how to communicate with your children is tough. Have you ever felt like getting your kids to open up and talk to you is like trying to open up Fort Knox? Dads, it time to listen up. Don’t Be a Jack and let those moments slip by. It’s time to engage your Uncommen skills and open up the lines of communication with your kids.
An Uncommen Blog
I have to start off by asking this question: would God be able to recognize you from any other person? Would God be able to say without a shadow of a doubt that you were one of his own?
I currently work as an accountant and spend most of my week looking at spreadsheets and crunching numbers. Like most American men today, I am disengaged at work and would rather do something else with my time.
My wife and I have some decisions to make, and we seem to be on separate pages about what to do. I know I can give in and let her win, but sometimes I get tired of not getting my way. I thought I should see what you had to say about it.
Confused in Colorado
Being rooted in love (Eph 3:17), how we can’t thrive without deep roots (Mt 13:21), but what happens when we discover roots to things in our lives that we don’t want to grow anymore?
Proverbs 22:6 “Start children off on the way they should go, and even when they are old they will not turn from it.”
Lessons from the Father sound like some movie you’d see Kevin Costner in. Something around baseball, golf or old fighter pilots. But today we are talking about lessons we pass on to our children.