Archive for Month: March 2010
An end of an era
My six year old finally beat me in chess recently. He had been so close to beating me in several games, but because he is six and less experienced than I, I would figure out a way to win. But not anymore. He beat me handily and mercilessly. It was the end of an era for me and the beginning […]
53 hours per week?
Wow, I heard on the radio that kids are spending 53 hours per week using electronics. That included tv, internet, texting, emails, video games, and other electronic media. That’s more than a full-time job! No wonder we see more ADHD diagnoses today. Is there any question as to why kids cannot pay attention to their teachers and parents anymore? Why […]
Robert Woodson gets it: TRANSFORMATION!
Here’s an excerpt from an excellent article in World Magazine about the need for TRANSFORMATION called “Beyond Therapy” featuring a Q&A quote from Robert Woodson, President of the Center for Neighborhood Enterprise: “For heart surgery I want to see Board Certification. If I want demons delivered from me, the evils of drug addictions and prostitution, I need spiritual renewal. Q: […]