“What we do in life, echoes in eternity” – Gladiator. It’s one of the most profound movie quotes of all time. It’s also true that what we do in life, echoes through generations and into their eternity.
Do you remember being a child, and your parents would say, “You can do anything you put your mind to?” Flash forward to your current situation. Does this mantra still hold true? Do you believe you can?
With the adventure of adolescence before them, 12 year olds are still close enough for parents to model a grown up life and not too distasteful to be dismissed as out of touch.
You know what gagging is, right? It’s that awful, violent feeling just before you throw up. This isn’t something nice to even write about!
“Meant to Be” is Bebe Rexha’s highest-charting single. It’s essentially an updated version of Doris Day’s Que será, será! – a siren call for freedom without the responsibility.
Dr. Gary Chapman describes how the five love languages can help people with dementia—and their caregivers—experience a powerful emotional connection.
We change over time, and if we don’t take time out to think the next chapter of our lives, we may drift along and another year will have passed.
If you ever have trouble getting your kids to help out at home, you might be surprised to learn that 90% actually want to contribute to society.
I love social media, but I’m becoming more and more dissatisfied with distance and want more real-time interactions.
It is not enough for us as believers to simply say, as the wide-sweeping solution to this tragedy and those of its kind, “This world just needs Jesus.”