Talking About Things That Matter: Diversity & Differences

If you’re looking for posts so far in this series, you can click here for Part I on Technology & here for Part II on Social Media. Parenting is filled with awkward moments. Regardless of your kid’s age or stage in life, being a parent means that there will be times when your kids will frustrate you, embarrass you and make things awkward. While you may laugh about those moments later, at the time, you wish the ground […]

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Talking About Things That Matter: Your Kids & Technology

“One of the most common, and contested, conversations I have with parents – both friends and those who I get to serve in ministry – is about technology. “Should my kids use it?”“How much screen time is too much screen time?”“Should I let my _____ – year old have a phone? tablet? computer?”“How do I […]

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Talking About Things That Matter [A New Series]

Confession: Before I became a parent, I honestly couldn’t figure out why people cringed at the thought of having hard conversations with their kids. I grew up in a home with open and honest dialogue about pretty much everything, and I just assumed that it came naturally and easily. Confession 2: Since becoming a parent, I […]

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Stepping Outside My Comfort Zone: In Life, Parenting & Ministry (And Why You Can Too)

This week, I am doing something completely outside of my comfort zone. I am attending Childrens’ Pastors Conference on my own – without my favourite sidekicks, Andrew & Levi. If that isn’t enough, I am also leading a breakout session. Don’t get me wrong, I am super excited about both! I love learning more and getting better at what […]

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Books I Loved: 2018 Edition

Christmas is almost here, and with that, the end of another year. I don’t know about you, but 2018 literally felt like it flew by! One of my goals for 2018 was to read more, and I set a goal of reading 100 books. Guess what?! I did it!  The books I read were a […]

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