Even my time in the word is very contemplative. I don’t think this is a bad thing but it makes it a bit more complicated to lead my family in the worship, prayer, and scripture reading department. So I have to adjust.
Our plates are perpetually running over with school, shopping, sports, dance, church, date nights, friends, blah, blah, and more blah. We are so busy, in fact, that we never allow ourselves the time to be refilled. Our cup is empty. We need to do a couple things to make this better.
A few of years ago my wife and I decided that our children should stay with us in the “adult” service. Nobody did anything or was rude or hurt anyone, and we aren’t frustrated with “the system.” We just thought it was best for our family. Here are some reasons why:
I’ve never heard a parent of adult children say: “I wish I had been less involved when my kids were growing up.” As I counsel parents after workshops or other ministry I never hear “I think I spent […]
It didn’t take long to realize that this assistance was needed in more homes than I could ever visit. This is why my wife, Melinda and I spent that last six months writing “‘What’s in Your Pocket?’ The parent’s guide to protecting your children online.”
In an attempt to update my followers and put out more content I’m starting an audio journal. Hopefully, if you listen, you’ll enjoy hearing what we’re up to and what I’ve been thinking about lately. Thanks for listening! http://thesecretcast.com/kmichaelprince/audio/Audio_Journal/audioblog1_mixdown.mp3Podcast: Play […]
I rarely see any good come from people having arguments online. You may call then debates but I truly believe that you can’t have a true debate without tone, body language, expression, and eye contact. Therefore, no discussion online is truly a debate.
Hello World! (Little WordPress joke there.) I know it’s been a while and it seems like it’s been even longer. Where have I been you ask? What has K. Michael Prince been up to you’re thinking? The answer is simple and […]