** This article was copied from childrensministry.com. With any loss a child suffers, you may be called on to help that child deal with death. *During the night, a fire breaks out in a home. The parents manage to carry out two of their three children. When the blaze is extinguished, the body of their […]
About Chris Sasser
Chris serves as the Pastor of Family Ministries at Port City Community Church. He is passionate about helping parents lead and encourage their kid sin their faith in Jesus.
Entries by Chris Sasser
** The following article was copied from www.allprodad.com When I look back at childhood, I think about my decisions when I came into my adolescence. The early years were perfectly happy and normal, but the later years led me to places that make me cringe when I think back on it. I can pinpoint the […]
** The following article was copied from samluce.com As a child of the 70’s I grew up 80’s where baby boomers were loving life, loving love and loving themselves. This translated to every area of life including their parenting. The seeds of self-esteem were laid by my parent’s generation and have taken full root in […]
** The following article was copied from theparentcue.org What would your kid do if, while at a friend’s house, someone offered them a beer? What would your kid do if a friend started playing an inappropriate YouTube video and expected them to watch, too? We all want our kids to make good decisions in the […]
** This article was copied from www.theparentcue.org When I was a kid, I was obsessed with Superman. Seriously! I still remember the day my parents handed me a box from Sears and Roebuck that contained a red cape, blue tights with a red-and-yellow “S” shield on the chest. When I put it on, something magical happened. […]
Dr. Meg Meeker has a great new podcast and in Episode 1 she talks about what all of our kids want more than anything else. Click here to go to her site and find Episode #1.
** This article was copied from The Gospel Coalition.com Our son wants a smartphone with an Instagram account. He’s 12. He’s in seventh grade. He wants to be able to text his friends, send pictures, and chat in the afternoons and evenings. His mom and I say “no.” We’ve opened an Instagram account on my […]