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[…]
In this interview episode I talk to Jessica Oller, she is like a daughter to Melinda and me and has spent the past six months serving in ministry in Cork, Ireland. She’ll tell us about spending almost half her life serving the Church as well as the story of raising $10,000 in two months and going to Ireland to be an intern.
In this podcast Michael will talk about why this campout was so eye opening and why you should do more things with your children.
The movie has received some not so rave reviews and Michael and Melinda are mixed on it too. Should you see it? Is it fun? How was the acting? What about the plot? Should you take your kids. All this and more on this, the fifth day of the daily podcasts in August.
Summer is the time for kid and youth camps, mission trips, VBS, and discipleship week/weekends. Our kids often have great experiences at these events but their return to the “real world” can be disappointing. How can we, as parents, help them make the transition from this “God bubble” to reality?
An email and a news article spur on more conversation about pokemon go. This time we will talk about the origins of the game and why you shouldn’t believe everything on the internet.