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Category Archives: family rhythms
It is surreal to see our son’s name. Jack was born July 2 after pulling an all-nighter working his way out. Here’s Jack at one month old: Alex and I are overwhelmed with affection for this guy.
Ever been in that discussion where no one’s listening because everyone wants to be heard, and no one’s heard because no one’s listening? It’s actually quite remarkable the ineptness in the grown-up world when it comes to listening skills. Allow … Continue reading
The familia Dei blog has existed with a pretty lean stature…being made up of two pages (Home and About). Today, I add a new page housing the Family rhythms blog series that I just completed. The page’s tab sits right above the header … Continue reading
Families tend to expand. your family moped could look like this You have kids, your kids get married, your kids have kids. Within a few generations, what used to be just you and your wife is now a family of … Continue reading
The family of God — Father, Son, and Holy Spirit — is a family that has never been in need. However, more than simply being in a state of neutral needlessness, it is a family that is overflowing in extravagant … Continue reading
Listening is among the most basic of relational skills. Yet, it does well to revisit it often. In a family, listening carries different connotations than it does in the classroom or counseling session. In a classroom, students listen to acquire … Continue reading
When I’ve asked people, “what qualities draw you to want to be around certain families?” I have consistently heard back, “they’re fun” or “they laugh a lot”. A common misperception of Christ’s family is that he and his disciples, and church, … Continue reading