You are what your mind eats …
Wednesday, September 30, 2015
Friday, September 25, 2015
"Family worship is an anchor and foundation for the rest of life. When you sit with your family, read the Scriptures and pray together, you are giving them a touchstone they can relate to throughout their day and experiences. It's not as if there's going to be direct one to one correspondence to what you talk about that day and what happened at school with their friends. The effect is cumulative. They don't remember what they had for dinner last Tuesday either. But the effect in enabling them to grow is obvious. ... You would never tell your family, 'I think we're just going to skip dinner tonight.' ... In the same way, the cumulative effect of teaching God's Word that informs their hearts and minds so that they can think Biblically and act Biblically as occasions arise in their lives... It is important to be consistent yet flexible."
- Timothy Witmer, professor of at Practical Theology at Westminster Seminary,
author of The Shepherd Leader at Home
Wednesday, September 23, 2015
"I think that ADD is probably a necessary neurological adjustment to the all-at-once environment that we have. This was Marshall McLuhan's prophetic awareness - to understand this. ADD is a necessary adjustment."
- B.W. Powe