The Boy Who Cried ‘Wolf!’ Once upon a time, there was a village in the mountains. Some of the villagers were farmers while others were shepherds. One morning during harvest, a shepherd boy ran from the pastures and cried “Wolf! A … Continued
I hazard a guess what the American Psychological Association would say, given their recent release of guidelines concerning ‘traditional masculinity.’
They would probably say my fruitless pursuit of these things out of a desire to be accepted by society as manly is ‘toxic’ and unproductive.
What then should I do?
On January 2nd, 2019 it was announced that China had landed a probe on the far side of the moon – a landmark development by the nation most experts say will pass up the United States of America as global … Continued
A certain passage of the Scriptures has been on my mind a lot lately in relation to not only the kinds of things I want to ingrain in my children, but also those I want to embody in my own … Continued
It’s Christmastime, but we recently got rid of a good chunk of our kids’ toys. At first the reactions were mixed. Enoch, my second-to-youngest son at 3-years old, was not pleased. I kept having to put toys back in the … Continued
Christmas-time in our house is a time for watching holiday movies. Among my favorites, not only for the Christmas genre but for cinema in general, is Frank Capra’s 1946 black and white classic, It’s a Wonderful Life. Starring Jimmy Stewart … Continued
I recently read an article published in Medium titled ‘HowBooks and Television Affect Your Brain Differently, According to Science’ in which the author outlined the findings of scientific studies examining brain activity in children who read books versus those who … Continued