…parents to be the first influence in the lives of their children.
…families for discipleship at home.
…churches on ministering to families holistically.
…church leaders to help them strengthen families.
As some of the facts listed to the right confirm, it's harder for kids to grow up in this culture than any culture in history. The Word tells us that parents are to be the first influence in their children's lives. If we can take that role seriously we can see these figures begin to change and our kids begin to thrive.
% Media Controlled by Six Major Companies
% Young People Leave the Church after High School
% of Teen Deaths by Suicide Annualy
% of Alcoholics Who Started Drinking Before Age 14
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Your kids are probably asking for this game. Listen to this first.
In Easton PA you can visit the Crayola Experience and have so much fun with your kids. Or you can be like one of the two types of parents I saw there yesterday.
Listen to Michael, Jason, Alivia, and Brenna as they explain the rules and play a round of Brandon the Brave.
In this, the 14th daily podcast, we will share some of the advice we learned on this trip to the falls.
A lot has happened the past two weeks.
We are in upstate NY at a the home of a friend and fellow podcaster. He asked us for an interview for his show THE WIRED HOMESCHOOL and we gladly obliged. This is that interview. We discussed living and homeschool in the motorhome. It’s a fun conversation and contains some pretty good insight into the[…]
The entire Prince family gets together to record a podcast about what we like and dislike about living in an RV.
In this episode of the BecauseFamily podcast Michael and Melinda talk about how they’ve found the Olympics to be an inspirational resource for their family. Teamwork, hard work, and good sportsmanship have been topics of conversation in the the Prince home lately and we have the 2016 Olympic Games to thank for that.
How can we talk to our kids about difficult, life and death concepts. Should we deal with our emotions inwardly or talk about them openly? This and more in today’s BecauseFamily podcast.
When speaking at churches I (Michael) often get the chance to talk with parents about their current issues. There are a few questions that I am constantly being asked. I thought I’d put the answers to those questions in this podcast episode because if it these things are weighing on the minds of so many parents[…]