Entries by Chris Sasser

Dangerous Lies Teenage Boys Believe

** This article was copied from allprodad.com http://www.allprodad.com/dangerous-lies-teenage-boys-believe/ On September 6, 1992, a moose hunter named Butch Killian came across an abandoned bus in the middle of the Alaskan wild. Inside the bus, he found the unfortunate remains of Christopher McCandless in a sleeping bag. He had starved to death. McCandless’ story was chronicled in Jon Krakauer’s […]

How I’m Praying For My Kids Now That They’re Older

** This article was copied from theparentcue.org http://theparentcue.org/how-im-praying-for-my-teen-and-young-adult-children/ I’m a “fix it” mama. Sibling argument? I’m there to mediate. Upset stomach? I have medicine for that. Shoes have a hole? No problem. I can buy new ones. Difficult homework? We can figure it out together (thanks to YouTube tutorials). Yep. I was pretty good at the […]

My Unexpected Goal as a Dad

** The following article was copied from theparentcue.org http://theparentcue.org/my-unexpected-goal-as-a-dad/   When it comes to parenting, it’s easy to think of a few goals for yourself. You want to help your kids find something they are passionate about. You want to give them a healthy self-image. You want to challenge them and encourage them to grow. […]

The Only Six Words Parents Need to Say to Their Kids About Sports (Or Any Performance)

** This article was copied from fulleryouthinstitute.com https://fulleryouthinstitute.org/blog/the-only-six-words-parents-need-to-say-to-their-kids-about-sportsor-any-per   I’ll be honest: I kind of hate a lot about kids’ sports. It’s one area where Kara and I hold different opinions. I’m the wet blanket in the office about everything from little league to major sporting events. Mainly I get concerned about the ways our […]