Parenting Kids Into Freedom #4

In the celebration of freedom here is the fourth installment of parenting your kids into and out of freedom. I meet so many parents each day who live confused as to how to bring out the best in their children. So many make the mistake of attempting to make their kids into someone they desire for them to be as … Read More

Parenting Kids Into Freedom – #3

The third parenting tip in the parenting into and out of freedom series is: We were designed to submit One of the biggest mistakes I see parents make is letting their children make too many decisions. Parenting kids to  make decisions within some boundaries and limits is good and healthy but allowing them free reign is detrimental to their nature … Read More

Parenting Kids Into Freedom – #2

Here is the second tip on parenting into and out of freedom.  You can’t parent “out of something”. If you try to parent out of hurt, anger, bitterness, rejection, or any other wounded place the results are never in your favor. You will always end up acting or reacting according to your own wounded places. We must first recognize our need … Read More

Parenting Kids Into Freedom – #1

I get many questions about parenting primarily on how to parent well.  I believe that sharing my top ten tips could be helpful to those that want to be and currently are parents. I will break one down every week that I post a blog (in between each of the posts from my team). Here is number 1 (these are … Read More

You Are Loved

I have a sweet friend that recently wrote about her struggle with an eating disorder. I have found that freedom lies in being this transparent. When we allow ourselves to really see what is happening under the surface we then allow ourselves to function at full capacity. This story not only inspires me but I know will inspire many. I … Read More

Faux Family

Family is defined by Merriam-Webster as the basic unit in society traditionally consisting of two parents rearing their children. This is a broad definition but allows room for a great deal of interpretation, elaboration, and philosophical thinking. I started to do some thinking of my own about family and what it means. This was a result of witnessing an amazing … Read More