Parenting Middle Schoolers: We’re Always Learning

Ever been talking with a spouse or friend and realize, “Hooray! We’ve finally mastered the art of raising an elementary school child!” only to wake up the next morning and discover that the rules have changed? Yeah. Me too. That’s why I’ve been talking about characteristics of middle schoolers and strategies for helping them (and […]

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KidMin | Pathway to Public Schools

In the US, we have some staggering statistics about our public schools: Kids in Public Schools: 50.1 Million Kids will attend a US public school this year at 99,000 schools Bullying: 160,000 kids miss school every day out of a fear of being bullied 71% of kids in the US report that bullying is a […]

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Orange Conference 2014

Hard to believe that this time next week, 6000 church leaders will gather in Atlanta for the SOLD OUT The Orange Conference.  For many, this is like coming home for a giant family reunion. I can’t wait to see old friends and new, hear about life and ministry in the trenches. I will be around all week […]

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On Sunday | Editing on the Fly

You know that moment. You’re backstage waiting to return on stage when you look at the clock, your watch, or your phone and realize that large group should have been done by now. You’re running behind and there’s still more ground to cover. This was where I found myself this past week. Large group was […]

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