Talking with Your Kids About Racism

But much like the “Sex talk” the “Racism talk” can be equally or more painful to cover with our children. Talking with your kids about racism, is the very first step in creating change in our society.  And much like you do not want your kids to learn about sex from their peers or the internet, we do not want our kids to learn about racial injustice and prejudice from the same sources. Learn the first steps to ch this conversation into your home.

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Love that Lasts a Lifetime

I am a sucker for a good love story, and I admire couples who have weathered the test of time. I always want to know the secret of couples whose have love that lasts a lifetime. One such couple is Chuck and Cynthia Swindoll. He is the Senior Pastor of our sponsoring church, Stonebriar Community Church and serves as chairman of the board. While his wife, Cynthia, serves as president and chief executive officer of Insight for Living Ministries.  Here Chuck shares the secret that has helped them travel life together for all these years.

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What Is the Point?

On Valentine’s Day, we tend to focus on intimacy with our spouse, boyfriend or girlfriend, and even our children. But this week, Pastor Dave Carl asks the questions: What is the point? Why would you want a relationship with Christ if you were not dedicated or willing to develop it, nurture it, grow it? Let’s look at how you find intimacy with God.

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Drowning In Screen Time

Drowning in Screen TIme

In the last year, screens have crept into every area of our lives. At first this seemed like the best solution, but now as the we start to expand life outside our pandemic bubble the pull to stay tethered to our screens seems unbreakable.  Are you, or members of your family finding it hard to step into face-to-face relationships? This week, Student Ministry Youth Pastor, Nathan Kocurek talks with David Murrow, author of Drowning in Screen Time, on our Parenting Pathway Podcast.

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