3 Tips To Reset Your Parenting

Thom DickFeatured, Parenting3 Comments

We’ve all felt it before. That gut-wrenching, soul-killing sick thought that our parenting has screwed up our kids. For some reason, there is less laughter, more stress and more bad behaviour. You’re tired, the kids are tired of YOU (they yell as they run to … Read More

A Fostering Testimony

Guest AuthorAdoption/Fostering, Family, Featured4 Comments

Guest Author – Julie Warkentin Southland’s impact on our decision to foster was huge! No one there ever told us we should foster or adopt, though sometimes people wonder if they do because of the high percentage of families who do. What we are taught … Read More

Making friends in Middle School

Thom DickFeatured, School1 Comment

I don’t care what anyone tells you being in middle school, those grades from 5-8 are hard. Probably one of the most difficult things about them is the way our friends change in those years. I remember being in grade 5 and crying to my [awesome] teacher, Mrs. … Read More

Why I Remain a Christian

Thom DickApologetics, Featured2 Comments

  I think some people I assume I am a Christian for job security. Perhaps I’ve even felt that in the past. Today I know that nothing could be further from the truth. I became a Christian because I had a powerful experience with God … Read More

Two GREAT app’s for parents

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Of late I have stumbled upon two great apps for parents that you may want to check out. Parent Cue The first app is called “Parent Cue” and was developed by ReTHINK – the same folks who put on the family ministries conference “Orange.” This … Read More