The rod of discipline found in the new Testament

I have discovered a passage in the New Testament in which the term "rod" also appears. It is in 1. Corinthians 4:21, where it says: "Which do you prefer? Shall I come to you with a rod [of discipline and correction], or with love and a gentle spirit?" Paul writes at...

Do not let your heart be troubled, nor let it be afraid

Do not let your heart be troubled, nor let it be afraid. John 14.1/27 We live in a time where it is of such importance to decide what we allow our heart to meditate on, to believe in, and to react upon. Every day, we can choose to meditate on what the media presents...

The effect of multitasking on our family – and why it should be avoided

In only a few days our family is going to take an 8-hour drive to spend some family vacations in the south of France. As our planned vacation in spring were canceled due to the closed frontiers, we were unsure if and when we would be able to go for a family...

How to recognize shame in your life and family and to grow out of it Part 2 -with Video –

Last week we dug into the subject of shame. I shared (here) five common patterns for people and families who live life through the lenses of shame. Today we will see the 10 other points. Let’s dive into it right away: YOU ACT LIKE A VICTIM “People with a history of...

How to recognize shame in your life and family and to grow out of it Part 1 -with Video –

Last week I posted a video week on my other website The topic was about shame and how I learned to not let shame rule my life. I got several feedbacks from people sharing their struggle with shame.  Last week I posted a video week on my other...

Family life during the time of Covid-19

Here I am, back after several weeks in which I have not uploaded an article to this website.Since the beginning of this pandemic, I have realized how rich and diverse the whole subject of child education and family life has been covered. Wherever one looked, inputs,...

How to stay calm in testing times

Last week I received a voicemail from a friend in Seattle – we live 5000 miles apart, with a time difference of 8 hours. I was amazed however, how our lives look very similar right now. Both of us entered into the realm of home schooling our kids, our daily life is...

Let’s talk about Counterwill – and how it not only applies to Children

A few weeks ago, we were riding in the car as a family - I was driving. It was a sunny day and I forgot to turn on the lights. On the way to my destination, just before a roundabout, the car in front of me suddenly stopped. The driver (an elderly man) got out of the...

How do I get a child to obey if it does not want to – a practical Example

When I told a boy at our school's weekly collective lunch a few weeks ago to help me carry the table in, he ran away with the words : "Nah, I'm not in the mood!" At the moment I felt powerless and let another boy help me. Before the next collective lunch I thought...


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Cada semana, van a encontrar un nuevo Articulo sobre la vida de familia, la educación, el matrimonio, el crecimiento personal y la vida christiana. El contenido es profundo, práctico, basado en el amor, honrándoles como familia y como individuo, independientemente de tu origen, cultura y trasfondo social. Compartiré con usted lo que aprendí en mi camino de una adolescente sin identidad y futuro hasta está exitosa mujer, esposa y madre que soy hoy en día. Disfruto de mi vida con un agradecimiento profundo en mi corazón, y el objetivo de está página es compartir lo que he aprendido contigo. Los artículos salen semanalmente. ¡Ven y únanse a los miles de lectores de todo el mundo!

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