Once Upon a Time with God
My heart for my children and grandchildren is for them to read the Genesis story, celebrating the love of the Father – instead of hiding in shame with Adam and Eve. Maybe you’d like this story for your children or grandchildren, too. Maybe, you’d like the love of the Father for yourself! Download this free ebook – and celebrate His love.
Connect…reconnect / disconnect
“It’s often helpful to remember – my behavior is evidence of what I believe to be true about me, you, and God. When I disconnect, I am believing a lie about you – or me, or the circumstances. Print out this “connect…reconnect / disconnect” chart and use it as a bookmark, put it on your ‘frig, or your bathroom mirror. When you realize you’re disconnected – choose to reconnect. Connection brings healing and strength.”
Relationships, Habits, Ideas – inventory
Knowledge isn’t enough. We need good relationships that help us build good habits, and we need the inspiration of good ideas. Use this inventory tool to think intentionally about the impact and influence of your relationship, habits, and the ideas you are trusting to be true
Script for sharing your story
Closer together or farther apart? What does struggle do to the relationship you have with your child? Vulnerability is a valuable step that builds trust, and offers an opportunity to share wisdom and protection. Parents can model vulnerability – in meaningful conversations. This resource will help you get started.
At the Table Cards
Conversation around your table can be about ideas – more than events or people. Ideas are powerful; they have the potential to fuel our lives in positive directions. Download these conversation cards to use At the Table with your family and friends.
Identity, integrity, and immunity – why does it matter?
We are created for impact and influence – for good! Life can be deeply satisfying. Identity offers integrity; we can act as our real selves. When “passengers” choose our “daily routes” – we’ve been hijacked. We stay immature because we don’t spend enough time as our real, true selves. Our impact and influence on others is not respectful. Download this resource for navigating life with the real you in the driver’s seat.