Does your family have the selfish sibling? In today’s T2T, I’m sharing five tips to help you parent to your child’s heart to help them put off selfishness and put on esteeming others better than himself.
Is disrespect to Dad happening in your home between a child and Dad?? “Operation Respect” may be just the solution you need, This is what took place in my home after being appalled at the disrespect towards Dad.
Is your home in need of a “Respect Revamp”? Take this respect scenario evaluation. The results and the influence you have on your kids may surprise you.
We all want our children to “honor thy father”? But how do we teach this? That’s today’s T2T question. Here’s a specific list of ways to show honor to dad.
Power of Our Words At September’s Cultivate, I spoke on the Power of Our Words. You can watch the recording on my VIDEO page. Some of the topics I address in this video are: “The length between conviction and repentance is a measurement of our relationship with Christ.” quote from Pastor Matthew Meadows. Our words…
I blew it. The garage sale treasure gift from my child was received with unkind words. Here are a few powerful lessons I learned that have drastically changed my focus and reactions as I’ve learned to see through a child’s eyes.
How would you react when your child brings home garage sale treasures like street signs or a pink gorilla costume? Our words and reaction reveal our focus on self or others. Find out my reaction to these treasures.
“I’ve made so many mistakes and such big mistakes. How do I handle my failures?” This is the topic for today’s Titus 2 Tuesday. I hope you’re encouraged.
Welcome to Titus 2 Tuesday. This is where a Cultivating a Home reader submits a question and an answer is posted. Question: Hi! My question is in regards to witnessing to your children. My daughter is five. She knows the gospel. At one point about five months ago she asked a lot of questions and prayed.…
“Cultivate.” The Gathering. On the third Tuesday of each month I teach women in my home at an event called Cultivate. (It was formerly known as LNO – Ladies’ Night Out.) I’ve been doing this for years. We provide a meal, eat together, and then I share on a topic, followed by a few minutes of…