Where does your allegiance lie? Whose banner do you wave? These are essential questions to consider if you claim to be a Christian.
Dan John is known as a strength coach. He's also a dad to two daughters, and a few years ago, he wrote a book for his oldest daughter. It was a hit, and friends convinced him to release it to the public. In 42 pages, he covers a gamut of parental advice. I read it over Father's Day weekend because well, Samuel. Anything I could learn to teach him would make the $2.99 worth it.
Years ago, when Casey was pregnant with Squiggles, I began a study on Biblical parenting. I cracked open my Life Application Bible and looked up parenting in the back and started my notes. Then we miscarried, and I set the notes aside. Photo by JESHOOTS.com on Pexels.com With Samuel here now, I finished the notes while on leave, along with essential proverbs I think Sam should know. (Seriously, he'll learn all of them.)
"The truth about demons is far stranger--and even more fascinating--than what's commonly believed.