Emotional literacy is one of the most remarkable gifts we can give our developing boys . Parents and carers, listen up. The development of emotional literacy and intelligence is not a task we can outsource to a school system, youth group or sports club. This training is our task. Our responsibility. It’s true home-work. An inside
Can you see it coming? It’s Boxing Day morning. Tired, cranky and ungrateful kids emerge from bedrooms with half-baked annoyed looks on their faces resembling the hangover some parents may be carrying. They are most likely suffering from D.A.G.S. = Day After Gifts Syndrome. The day before was a high. It was all the Christmas
Being a dad is tough. I considered opening by stating that being a dad in the 21st century is tough. But I don’t think it’s ever been easy. Not everyone reading this will be a father, but we all have one right? Aside from medical or relational reasons, having kids is not hard for men. Quite frankly,
This 30 minute audio prayer was especially developed for my own children as they battled with anxiety and fear. Since recording and releasing the prayer, adults and children alike have sent in stories and testimonies from all over the world of healing and relief from fear, stress, trauma and anxiety. Many sleeping well and overcoming anxiety attacks.
As a practicing prayer minister I know the great value of having resources and want to make this available to the wider public. The prayer includes soaking piano music in the background by Carla Reed.
I recently watched the ABSENT Movie. If you haven’t seen it, I recommend you do. It outlines the epidemic of fatherless generations and it’s’ effect on society. Some of my favourite authors and thinkers appear in the doco including Richard Rohr and John Eldredge. At a recent event that I briefly spoke at, I shared
I have three young children under 10. One of the many questions we are asked when talking with parents about prayer ministry and inner healing is, “How can I pray for my kids? I can hardly get them to sit still at dinner, let alone for any prayer or civilised discussion!”. Great question! I