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Three posts worth reading:

Soren Gordhamer, 5 Lessons for Parenting in the Digital Age

  1. Technology no longer has boundaries
  2. Know when to cut it off
  3. The difference between preference and addiction
  4. Focus on technology that truly connects us to our kids
  5. Model the balance

Reb Bradley, Homeschool Blindspots

  1. Having Self-Centered Dreams
  2. Raising Family as an Idol
  3. Emphasizing Outward Form
  4. Tending to Judge
  5. Depending on Formulas
  6. Over-Dependence on Authority and Control
  7. Over-Reliance Upon Sheltering
  8. Not Passing On a Pure Faith
  9. Not Cultivating a Loving Relationship With Our Children

Kevin DeYoung, Children and Secondhand Stress

Quoting Bryan Caplan: “Secondhand stress is one of kids’ leading grievances.”

HT: David Murray

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3 thoughts on “Wise Thoughts on Parenting”

  1. Sean McCausland says:

    typo on “blindspots”

    keep up the good work otherwise!

  2. Joey E says:

    Thanks for this resource!

  3. Bob Draves says:

    Reading Josh Harris’s blog on homeschooling reminded me once again of what I see in every evangelical book about parenting or actually don’t see. For those who believe in God’s sovereign grace and mercy in bringing their children to faith, I am always perplexed when many pages are written as if it depends entirely on the parents to make their children Christians. Restated, many Calvinists are Calvinists, except when it comes to their own children at which point it’s all up to them. Why would it be odd that, no matter how intently you raise your children to be Christians, if they are not actually born again they would follow after the world and leave the faith. Wouldn’t it be actually more difficult to explain why a child who is not born again would stay in the faith, go to church, not become entangled in the world?

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