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125: How to Relate When They Come Home From College

A podcast listener recently contacted me for some relationship advice. She asked, “Our son, who just started his freshman year of college, is coming home for the weekend, and I wonder if you have any suggestions for how my husband and I should relate to him?” I do.

125: How to Relate When They Come Home From College2021-10-11T20:10:30-05:00

082: A Christmas Gift of Anticipation

Learn how to get more out of Christmas through the gift of anticipation. As we appreciate what God has already done for us, we can trust him for our future. We can anticipate the good things he was in store for us, like a child waiting to open

082: A Christmas Gift of Anticipation2021-09-22T11:36:09-05:00

081: A Christmas Gift of Deep Personal Connection

A deep personal connection with someone who “gets us,” brings us joy as we share the challenges and joys of life together. Make one if you don’t have one. It's one of the best Christmas gifts you can ever give – or get. Hello everyone and welcome to

081: A Christmas Gift of Deep Personal Connection2021-09-22T11:36:06-05:00

5 Keys to Really Great Family Vacations

Great family vacations take careful planning beyond how to get to our destination, and what to pack. Great family vacations pay attention to relationships, and what we can do to nurture them. The five keys to making your family vacation the best ever starts with your family meeting together well

5 Keys to Really Great Family Vacations2020-07-24T21:42:34-05:00

Dads Spark Joy When They Create Memories

Dads spark joy when they create memories for their family. It’s one of the great privileges of fatherhood. If you’re a dad, it’s what they’ll talk about at your funeral. I saw a memory created by four fathers working together on a recent Monday. Let me set the context first.

Dads Spark Joy When They Create Memories2020-06-23T21:15:09-05:00

How to Celebrate Father’s Day in 2020

How to celebrate Father's Day in 2020 is different this year due to Covid-19. I saw it on the face of a father talking about his son graduating from high school. It’s a good news/bad story. I’ll start with the bad news, which as you’ll see at the end, is

How to Celebrate Father’s Day in 20202020-06-14T20:24:28-05:00
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