Cultivate your Child's Worldview

Cultivate your Child's Worldview

As parents, we shape our child's worldview, whether we are intentional about it or not. In this post, Branden looks at different ways parents tend to do this, and helpful advice on how to cultivate their worldview in a healthy way. 

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Celebrate the Small Stuff

Celebrate the Small Stuff

Making changes in your life comes in fits and starts. Rather than hinging your success on major gains, learn to celebrate the small stuff. Branden offers several practical ways to celebrate, as well as how to notice the 'small stuff'.

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6 Resources for Growth: Resources > Responsibilities

6 Resources for Growth: Resources > Responsibilities

Regardless of what changes you are trying to make in life, remember that your resources need to outweigh your responsibilities for change to happen. This post looks at 6 pragmatic ways to increase your resources so that you can attain the change you desire. 

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Protecting Your Child Online

Protecting Your Child Online

Protecting your kids online is no small task. Between new apps and refined technology, parents often feel overwhelmed and defeated. Here are some simple but primary objectives for parents as they seek to help their children utilize the internet with as little harm as possible.

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A Country Boy Can Survive...But Can He Grow?

A Country Boy Can Survive...But Can He Grow?

When it comes to dealing with our emotional life, survival is not enough.  To be perfectly honest, survival is what leads us into addiction, affairs, overwork or overplay (to name a few). What we need is growth.

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Great Betrayals

Great Betrayals

How do you put the pieces of your story back together after finding out about a great betrayal? How do you reclaim a past when you find out it was seemingly built around a longstanding lie? In her article ‘Great Betrayals’, Anna Fels explores how ‘robbing someone of his or her story’ through a longstanding lie or betrayal may be ‘the greatest tragedy of all’.

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