Entries by Chris Sasser

How to Raise Changing Children in a Changing Culture

** The following article was copied from www.thegospelcoalition.org. Starting a new job always requires a few months of settling in before feeling comfortable with various tasks—knowing how to do things, when to do them, and what to avoid altogether. After a few months, things begin to run relatively smoothly and eventually, after years of experience, you […]

EVENT RECAP – Parenting – It Might Be Less Than You Think with the Ashcrafts

Being Intentional as Parents By Mike & Julie Ashcraft With Madison Ashcraft Goslee & Michaela Ashcraft It’s not about being a perfect parent! Encounter.  Formation.  Expression. The culture of the home is an incubator of character. The culture is what actually happens in your home. Ask your kids what your home’s culture is. Ask, listen […]

6 Meaningful Ways to Celebrate Christmas

** The following article was copied from www.allprodad.com. “Charlie Brown, you’re the only person I know who can take a wonderful season like Christmas and turn it into a problem.” – Linus How many of us have felt like Charlie Brown about Christmas? Creator Charles Schultz was onto something long before it became the reality it […]

What Your Preschooler Needs for Christmas

** The following article was copied from www.theparentcue.org. My “baby” is now 20-years-old. I consider myself to be a fairly good gift-giver, but his 20th birthday had me stumped. He is living in an apartment at college, semi-independent, cooking his own food and cleaning his own bathroom. He doesn’t need “things” from me, and he […]

Three Ways to Make Sure You Don’t Miss Christmas

** The following was copied from theparentcue.org. Christmas is about 7 minutes long when you have kids. One minute it’s Thanksgiving and the next you’re putting away your ornaments. Nothing moves as fast as the holidays and it’s no wonder that so many people find this time of year stressful. How do you make sure […]