Guilty By Passivity… A Series on Abuse 1

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When it comes to Abuse,  sometimes the only guilty ones are not the perpetrators of the act, those of us that sit down,  fold our arms and watch are equally guilty. Daily, we are bombarded with various scenarios where, as a result of negligence or not being vigilant, children suffer abuse from loved ones or even total strangers. To abuse means to mistreat, maltreat, ill-treat, treat badly, ill-use or misuse. Any situation where a person […]

The Things Kids Say – Words I Never Thought I'd Hear My Kids Say

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I couldn’t believe my ears! “Mummy, why is it that mummies do all the work while daddies just rest in the room?” That came from my daughter (almost 7 year old) as she stood in the kitchen just this morning, as we were getting breakfast before school. I was so shocked by that question! I could never for the life of me imagine why a child in my home will have such an impression. More […]

How To Help Your Child To Walk in God’s Purpose

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How To Help Your Child To Walk in God's Purpose Your child has a special place in God’s agenda and plans and this God-given purpose is too important to be left to chance. As parents, and especially as mothers, the responsibility is even more on us, to help our children discover the path that God has laid out for them to follow. When a child has a good idea of their God-ordained path, they will […]

Internet Safety Series #1 – 4 Internet Threat Points For Your Child

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The internet is a beautiful place with so much information on just about anything! As useful as the internet is; there is also its dark sides. For each time our children come in contact with the cyber world there’s always the risk that they will be caught up with at least one of these 4 risk areas. Internet safety is first and foremost the responsibility of any intentional parent. We are the ones to ensure […]

Kids Can Set Goals Too

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It’s great to set goals as adults. It gives us a sense of purpose, and once we achieve them, a feeling of exhilarating accomplishment. Getting kids to set goals may be something that has never crossed your mind, but goal-setting for kids gives them the same feelings as does adults. If you have never considered going through with this, it may be time to do that for your kids. They should be encouraged to set […]

Let Your Kids Catch Your Gratitude

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Let Your Kids Catch Your Gratitude   We don’t always get what we want in life. In a world that is rife with the entitlement mentality, having an attitude of gratitude takes a conscious effort. Even when things don’t go the way we would have wished them to, we can still maintain a grateful attitude. Let Your Kids Catch Your Gratitude Though the fig tree does not bud     and there are no grapes on the […]