Tag Archives: Home and family

Consider the Children

Children are precious. The Psalmist wrote, “Lo, children are an heritage of the LORD: and the fruit of the womb is his reward” (Psalm 127:3). Children are brought into this world through no decision of their own. Yet many are abused, used as pawns, neglected, denied, and betrayed. Dr. R. F. Hertz, a British author and psychologist, engaged in a research project of wide interest. He asked almost 100,000 children, between 8 and 14 and from all walks of life in 24 countries, to make a list of ten rules of BEHAVIOR OF PARENTS. Here is the list the majority of children voted for: Continue reading

101,388 Hours

From the time children are born until they reach age 18, they are awake 118,260 hours (allowing eight hours for sleep a night). Out of that 118,000 hours, approximately 15,000 hours are spent in public school, and—if they never missed a Sunday or Wednesday church class—in their lives, 1,872 hours are spent in Bible classes. That leaves 101,388 waking hours that they are under parental supervision. Continue reading

The Home as God would have it – Sermon on PowerPoint

The Home as God would have it