Resources

What My Parents Did Right: The Power of Staying

This entry was posted on Jun 29 2015, by Tina and is filed under Resources, The Family Camp Blog

In our world of public shaming and pointing fingers, we are hard pressed to find the stories about things that went well. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be hearing from some sons and daughters about what their parents (or in-laws) did right. We think it’s important to highlight the good that is happening in […]

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What My Parents Did Right: Life as a Learning Opportunity

This entry was posted on Jun 22 2015, by Tina and is filed under Resources, The Family Camp Blog

In our world of public shaming and pointing fingers, we are hard pressed to find the stories about things that went well. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be hearing from some sons and daughters about what their parents (or in-laws) did right. We think it’s important to highlight the good that is happening in […]

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Defining Purpose: For the Love of Parenting, a Grandparent’s Perspective

This entry was posted on Jun 17 2015, by Tina and is filed under Resources, The Family Camp Blog

This week our friends at The High Calling are discussing the topic of Defining Purpose. We asked author and grandfather Glynn Young to share with us some thoughts on being purposeful parents. Defining Purpose: For the Love of Parenting, a Grandparent’s Perspective by Glynn Young It may be the most commonly used expression by the […]

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What My Parents Did Right: The Gift of Story

This entry was posted on Jun 11 2015, by Tina and is filed under Resources, The Family Camp Blog

In our world of public shaming and pointing fingers, we are hard pressed to find the stories about things that went well. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be hearing from some sons and daughters about what their parents (or in-laws) did right. We think it’s important to highlight the good that is happening in […]

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What My Parents Did Right: What I Didn’t Expect to Learn

This entry was posted on Jun 03 2015, by Tina and is filed under Resources, The Family Camp Blog

In our world of public shaming and pointing fingers, we are hard pressed to find the stories about things that went well. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be hearing from some sons and daughters about what their parents (or in-laws) did right. We think it’s important to highlight the good that is happening in […]

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What My Parents Did Right: Treasures from My Mother-In-Love

This entry was posted on May 26 2015, by Tina and is filed under Resources, The Family Camp Blog

In our world of public shaming and pointing fingers, we are hard pressed to find the stories about things that went well. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be hearing from some sons and daughters about what their parents (or in-laws) did right. We think it’s important to highlight the good that is happening in […]

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What My Parents Did Right: A Dad’s Perspective

This entry was posted on May 18 2015, by Tina and is filed under Resources, The Family Camp Blog

In our world of public shaming and pointing fingers, we are hard pressed to find the stories about things that went well. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be hearing from some sons and daughters about what their parents (or in-laws) did right. We think it’s important to highlight the good that is happening in […]

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What My Parents Did Right: Shine Like a Star!

This entry was posted on May 11 2015, by Tina and is filed under Resources, The Family Camp Blog

In our world of public shaming and pointing fingers, we are hard pressed to find the stories about things that went well. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be hearing from some sons and daughters about what their parents (or in-laws) did right. We think it’s important to highlight the good that is happening in […]

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Spiritual Disciplines: Solitude Is Hard

This entry was posted on Mar 27 2015, by Tina and is filed under Insights from Emily, Resources, The Family Camp Blog

Solitude Is Hard by Emily Ballbach Solitude is hard. Being alone can harken deep thoughts, and sometimes anxieties rise to the surface. It can call attention to the things in our hearts that we’d rather sweep under our soul’s thick rug. Or we may encounter a version of God that feels untouchable, distant, or vacant. […]

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Spiritual Disciplines: Inviting Jesus In

This entry was posted on Mar 25 2015, by Tina and is filed under Resources, The Family Camp Blog

Inviting Jesus In by Amy Rowe As the mother of two young children, I long for them to know the same Jesus who profoundly healed and changed me. Knowing about Jesus is easy enough to cover through Bible reading and Sunday School; but I also want them to know him – to taste and see that he is good – and to experience his presence. How do we invite Jesus […]

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