Meals are a great way to connect with your kids. The dinner table should be one of the places where we learn about our children as we make every effort to sit together as a family. In today’s fast paced, go here/go there culture, that is often sacrificed. Somehow, somewhere we have come to believe that our kids will learn more about life at a soccer game than at the dinner table. I was guilty
Remember playing that game with friends or your family? We would do it on car trips. If you’ve never played, it’s simply a game where one person thinks of anything in the world and then you take turns asking “yes”/”no” questions to see if you can guess what it is. Well, today’s 20 question game […]
Today’s post is from another guest author, Barry Williams. Barry is a colleague of mine at FamilyLife. He is passionate about being a dad and communicating that passion to other dads by being an involved father. In his day jobs, Barry has been helping ministries develop and implement technology strategies for over 15 years. He […]
A couple of months ago while home from college, my daughter and I spent a lunch together on one of our periodic dates. It was a great time to catch up with her and live in her world for a few hours. I have missed hearing the regular details of her life during her freshman year. You know, the personal details that spill out over dinner or in car rides to church.