Category Archives: Marriage and the home

No Charge

Our little boy came up to his mother and handed her a piece of paper. After his mom dried her hands on an apron, she read the following:

  • For cutting the grass: $5.00
  • For cleaning up my room: $1.00
  • For going to the store for you: $.50
  • Baby­sitting my kid brother: $.25

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Motherhood: Top Job

Woman has gained (or is it lost) footing and she now enters nearly every profession, most of which until recent years were know only to men. But along with woman’s elevation to respectable positions in the business world has come the temptation to neglect a top job – God-given, honorable, powerful and wonderful – and that is the many-faceted tasks of being a mother. Continue reading

Is The Rod Of Correction Likely To Warp A Child’s Personality? By Garland M. Robinson

One of the grave problems in America today is that the “rod of correction” is not used enough! I am certainly not referring to child abuse. Child abuse occurs when “in anger” or “ill will” one unduly hurts or harms a child to cause injury. I have no patience with anyone that would harm or abuse a child in any way.       Continue reading