Today I share with you some of the resources I turn to often: Bible Gateway – now available for iPhone and iPad Answers in Genesis Joel C. Rosenberg’s Blog Plus a new resource we just recently discovered: GloBible App – a review at Homeschool Post (along with a list of more apps for families) You might also be interested in my series, here at Habits:
The Earth is the Lord’s, and the fullness thereof; the world, and they that dwell therein. –Psalm 24:1 My wife recently attended a two-day blogging conference. While at the conference, I spent the days with the children. Our family has long had a tradition of Daddy Destinations. A Daddy Destination is a trip to some unannounced place that I have chosen. These trips are usually
The above graphic is one pinned on my weather board. Fitting for recent hurricane activity as well as tropical disturbances as we head into this weekend. I’ve also added the National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center, Hurricane Center and Underground Weather resources. You can view those here. Not only can Pinterest be used in all the ways shared this week, it can also be an
from the 2010 Hodgepodge archives…How to build habits in the day to day… Several weeks ago, I took our two eldest children on a shopping trip. The eldest girl needed some new clothes. She wanted to shop at a fashion store in an upscale shopping center. She had a 40% off coupon in hand, and was ready to find some bargains.
Managing the explosion of technological devices making their way into our homes needn’t be a daunting task. Here is a compilation of technology management posts–both from around the web and from our own archives. The Summer My Parents Turned Off the Computer ~ by Doorposts Teaching Children to Use Computers, Internet and TV Wisely ~ by Doorposts The Habit of Helping Your Child Keep Texting
Before reading this post, please read the rest of the series on the Habit of Moral Living. In part IV of the series, Willful Ignorance, I said that this time, we’d look at extreme examples of people whose actions indicate that God has abandoned them to defective thinking. They are disturbing to those of us who have anchored our morality to the biblical standard. From ancient
Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other. –John Adams, October 11, 1798 What happens to people who reject God? For He is the very moral underpinning of a civil society. Without Him, the republic cannot subsist any length of time. First of all, they begin to scoff at God, and start following
Upon my arrival in the United States, the religious aspect of the country was the first thing that struck my attention; and the longer I stayed there, the more did I perceive the great political consequences resulting from this state of things, to which I was unaccustomed. In France I had almost always seen the spirit of religion and the spirit of freedom pursuing courses