Would you rather ask your child for forgiveness when you’ve messed up or eat a piece of pizza out of a trashcan at a public park? Neither seem pleasant at the time. One of these however does have short term as well as eternal benefits. Jacob reminds us why apologizing is well worth the effort.
Archives: 1 John 1:9
May the words of our mouths and the meditations of our hearts be pleasing to God – our Rock and our Redeemer. Psalm 19:14 Kauf helps us trek through pointing our kids to truth when it comes to the words we use.
Are you a good or bad example of handling anger? Judah tells us how we can teach our kids to handle anger in ways pleasing to the Lord…starting with our reactions.
When is the last time you’ve asked someone’s forgiveness? Isn’t it so powerful! Why is it so hard for us to get to that point or even want to go to that point? Seth tackles the benefits of us doing just that.
“Will you forgive me?” …words we don’t easily speak, yet they carry so much power for reconciliation and freedom! When is the last time you’ve asked your child for forgiveness when you’ve messed up? Seth reminds us modeling this is the best method of teaching our kids to do just the same.