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Cambridge Dictionary chose hallucinate as the word of the year. The reasoning has to do with artificial intelligence. Is it helpful for us to assign human-like experiences to artificial intelligence? What does that say about our society and how should we as parents respond to the movement of culture into a place that tries to build an alternative reality with the power of computation? Dr. Kathy has some important insights and encouragement for parents today. Today is Giving Tuesday. Join us at Celebrate Kids by giving at www.celebratekids.com/give
Are you looking for ways to include your children's grandparents in your homeschooling and life, but not sure how to navigate setting boundaries, determining roles, or using their gifts to cultivate a vibrant and healthy learning environment in your home? Then this conversation is just what you need to start building a multi-generational teaching and support system for your home education. Our special guest this week on Empowering Homeschool Conversations was Leilani Melendez, YouTuber, educator, Florida homeschool evaluator, public speaker, and homeschool mom to four, including one child with special needs. Leilani shared with us about "Ways to Include Grandparents in At-Home Learning" Viewers like you funded similar episodes, and other free resources from SPED Homeschool. To learn how you can support the nonprofit work of SPED Homeschool and this broadcast, visit https://spedhomeschool.com/donate/ To connect with Leilani and her resources, use these links: YouTube channel: @livingwitheve Website: http://livingwitheve.com/ Teachers Pay Teachers:https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Living-With-Eve-Leilani-Melendez Book: Freedom to Learnhttps://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/freedom-to-learn-leilani-melendez/1141757895 To find out more about SPED Homeschool, visit our website at https://spedhomeschool.com/ Check out our most recent articles on SPED Homeschool at https://spedhomeschool.com/articles/ Click here to power up your at home teaching with courses and downloadable hand-selected for you! https://empoweredhomeschool.com/Join our mission to empower homeschool families!: https://spedhomeschool.com/donate/ Discover more Christian podcasts at lifeaudio.com and inquire about advertising opportunities at lifeaudio.com/contact-us.
Dr. Kathy Koch addresses the issue of teenage anxiety and its prevalence in today's society. She discusses the statistics that show an increase in anxiety among teenagers and how it has become a part of their reality. Dr. Kathy emphasizes that while statistics may not determine the destiny of individuals, they can have an impact on civilizations as a whole. The episode delves into the question of whether parents should view anxiety as something to be dealt with or simply as a natural part of their children's lives. Dr. Kathy draws from the insights of Jonathan Haidt, who discusses the factors contributing to childhood mental health crises, such as social media and the COVID-19 pandemic. The episode concludes by highlighting Haidt's book, "The Anxious Generation," which explores the rewiring and rewriting of childhood in modern times.
This Podcast Is Episode 551, And It's About Recognizing The Value Of Construction Contractors In Our Daily Lives I was taking a moment to reflect on the challenges for the Pilgrims coming to America. They decided to make the journey with no guarantee of success. To build homes, plant crops, and take care of animals. Then, later, everyone chose to move West by wagon train, horse, or on foot. I am grateful for them! I think about my Grandparents and my Great Grandparents. What was life like when they were children? Where did they come from, and how did they get to where they were? The family's oral history seems so inadequate. My father shared so much, but now it looks like so little. Be glad for the simple things we take for granted: Going to the grocery store, deli, or restaurant for dinner Living indoors with electricity and indoor plumbing Driving a car Crossing the water on a bridge or ferry Modern times. I am all for living in the city with the gas station and grocery store just down the street. I appreciate reliable electricity, and tree contractors trim powerlines year-round to help prevent outages. I am grateful for the linemen who repair power lines during a storm so we have electricity. Please note: The offer does not apply to Outsourced Accounting, Bookkeeping Review, or any Consultation and Training products; you can, however, use it to purchase any course or monthly subscription classes in Construction Accounting Academy Thank You, Contractors, for going to work so the rest of us can stay home safe. Thank you to the road crews, police, firemen, linemen, tree crews, plumbers, and electricians who work when the news says "Stay Home" and to all the other contractors and emergency services I have not mentioned. Contractors Make Our Lives Better Contractors build and maintain the things that make our lives better. They built the factories where the factory workers work. The rancher and farmer, whom you don't think about as contractors, construct and repair buildings and fences and maintain equipment. They learn to be jacks of all trades, raise crops and animals, and battle the elements. Heat, wind, rain, snow, forest fires, or grass fires – they see it first—the more remote their location, the more diverse their skills. Why did you decide to become a Construction Contractor? Fast money, easy work, few hours, or all those reasons? Yes, contractors can make much money in this industry. Fast, however, is a relative term. Definition of Fast Money Collecting a job deposit is designed to lock down the job and buy materials. While using your client's money to start the project is always a good idea, that doesn't mean you have money to party heartily, buy a bunch of tools, or buy that brand-new truck you want. The money will fly out of the checkbooks with everyday business expenses without extra help. If you spend your job deposits in this manner, you get into a cycle of "Borrow from Peter to pay Paul." (author unknown) This was a favorite phrase of the '60s and '70s. What do I mean? Using the deposit from the next job to pay for expenses from the last job is a slippery slope to financial disaster. Another common phrase is "Leverage Is Great Until The Stick Breaks." It's like a child's game of musical chairs. When the music stops, someone is without a chair. The same thing happens when the economy turns, as in 2008. Contractors thought (and hoped) the recession would be a slight dip and everything would return to normal by the summer of 2009. That is not what happened for most construction contractors. Some construction contractors had lots of work in the pipeline unaffected by the recession. Many were overconfident and thought other contractors had a hard time because they "just didn't know how to run a business." Unfortunately, those same contractors were badly hurt when their pipeline of jobs ran out. Definition of Easy Work Easy work is any job that you know how to do quickly. Preparing Thanksgiving dinner for twenty or more is a simple task for a chef. However, it might be impossible for a college student living in a dorm or shared apartment. Definition of a Few Hours Yes, construction contractors can work a few hours every day. Usually, they work twelve hours or more every day of the week. It is only a few hours to: Take the call Schedule the appointment Meet the client Create the bid Present the bid Collect the deposit Schedule the work Make a material list Pick up the materials Coordinate any employees Go to the homeowner's house or job site As you begin the job: Think, plan, and do the work. Watch out for children and pets. Answer the homeowner's questions. Be polite and make small talk as needed. Keep working at a pace that compensates for any time spent watching out for children and pets or chatting with the homeowner. The homeowner expects work to be completed on time or ahead of schedule, no matter how many interruptions you or your employees have. End of the day – Clean up the job site so it is ready for use this evening or clean and ready for work tomorrow. Pick up all your tools and materials (mobilize and demobilize) Meet with the homeowner to discuss the rest of the project. Assure them all is going well. Make notes of possible change orders or add-ons. Do not forget to price out change orders. Homeowners remember that unless you agree to a price reduction in writing, you are not obligated to reduce the price. The increase in scope is never forgotten. You Promised To Do [fill in the blank]. If you think any changes are omitted, wait; you will hear a grownup impersonating a preschooler wanting a cookie. Water on the stone is an understatement. Like most Construction Contractors, you feel like you are waving the money as it goes by. Rest assured, it is true in Washington State, where contractors collect and pay sales taxes. The tax money is just moving through the checking account. Borrowing State and Federal tax money is very bad. The same applies to payroll taxes, except the company must make a company match for Social Security and Medicare, pay state unemployment insurance and state worker's compensation, and obtain a contractor's license, contractor's liability insurance, bond, and other specialty licenses. The business of being in business as a construction contractor involves: Keeping track of a lot of paperwork Filling out and filing government forms Paying taxes Financials are essential for filing annual federal taxes, whether you are a sole proprietor, LLC, or S-corp. The individual reports are for the benefit of the construction contractor. Are you making money? Which job? – Did you like that particular type of job? Do you go into any job knowing it will barely break even? Are you passing out business cards or flyers to the neighbors of your current or past jobs? Are you driving long distances between jobs? Final thoughts You couldn't change yesterday; you could only review it and think about what you could do today. And how can you have a better tomorrow? Tiny changes can make a big difference. Sometimes, taking a pause is the right decision to make. Money makes the world go round. It is hard to buy gas or groceries with hope and a promise. It is not unreasonable to expect to be paid for your work. Contractors like you bring value to everyone's life you touched. I am rooting for your success and wish you and yours the best in everything that comes your way. PS We offer free resources to help you save time and money that you can download and print now. About The Author: Sharie DeHart, QPA, co-founded Business Consulting And Accounting in Lynnwood, Washington. She is the leading expert in managing outsourced construction bookkeeping and accounting services companies and cash management accounting for small construction companies across the USA. She encourages Contractors and Construction Company Owners to stay current on their tax obligations and offers insights on managing the remaining cash flow to operate and grow their construction company sales and profits so they can put more money in the bank. Call 1-800-361-1770 or firstname.lastname@example.org
This week on the Betoota Advocate's weekly news bulletin, Effie, Errol and Wendell discuss some handy ways to save money in these tough economic times, the new minimalism trend sweeping the country, angry little dogs and making money off going woke. Have a listen. Betoota on Instagram Betoota on TikTok Produced by DM PodcastsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
PRE ORDER 'YOU'RE NOT THE PROBLEM' HERE! AMAZON UK, AMAZON US (affiliate links) For our bonus show The Freudian Slip and to support us please go to our Patreon After a lifetime of control and manipulation at the hands of her mother, our listener asks why her grandparents are seemingly blind to the abuse she's suffered. Is it possible to keep her family together, and how can she protect her own child from the fallout? Listen to Katie and Helen look at this difficult situation from all angles and offer their insight into what's going on. In Sight is sponsored by Pinch of Nom! Buy their amazing new cookbook Enjoy here now! In Sight's Amazon Store! For news, tips and tricks, sign up to the newsletter here :) We now have Instagram! Click here to follow, and send messages to be read on the show. And to submit your own question, please email email@example.com This episode is edited by Sam Atkinson you can contact him here.
It can be challenging to know what the role of grandparents actually is in the lives of their grandchildren. Today I'm going to share my perspective based on experience, but also on God's word. Resources mentioned in this episode: The Excel Camp (chose "Durenda Wilson" for $100 off) CTC Math The Unhurried Homeschooler Unhurried Grace for a Mom's Heart The Four-Hour School Day Gentle Encouragement for Mothers-in-Law Proverbs 17:6 Psalm 92:14 Proverbs 16:31 2 Timothy 1:5-7 (Please check out my latest book, The Four Hour School Day: How You and Your Kids Can Thrive in the Homeschool Life on Amazon, durendawilson.com, or your favorite bookseller!)
Admit it, exercise isn't everyone's favorite pastime. Of course, our ancestors weren't hitting the gym by choice — our evolution has wired us to stay active, and this natural activity actually slows down the aging process. The good news is that you can achieve the benefits without feeling like you're "exercising."In today's episode, Prof. Daniel Lieberman debunks exercise myths. He also teaches us how exercise impacts our health and how learning from our evolution can unlock the secrets of a longer life.Daniel Lieberman is a paleoanthropologist at Harvard University. He's the Edwin M. Lerner II Professor of Biological Sciences and a professor in the Department of Human Evolutionary Biology. He's best known for his research on the evolution of the human mind and the human body.If you want to uncover the right foods for your body, head to zoe.com/podcast, and get 10% off your personalized nutrition program.Download our FREE guide — Top 10 Tips to Live Healthier: https://zoe.com/freeguide Timecodes:00:00 Introduction01:34 Quickfire questions03:22 The Rudyard Kipling view of our ancestors04:54 Is exercise good for us and why do most of us hate it?06:19 For millions of years, people were physically active for 2 reasons only…15:38 Our bodies have evolved to save calroies and preserve energy18:31 It's normal to think your life is normal22:27 We need to exercise because we don't move enough!34:00 Diet, exercise and sleep can prevent these diseases…39:54 The active Grandparent hypothesis43:10 Study of men matriculating as undergraduates at Harvard University49:44 How can we enjoy keeping physically active?01:00:00 The importance of weights exercise01:06:43 SummaryMentioned in today's episode: Three generations of HSPH researchers explore health benefits of exercise from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public HealthStanford marshmallow test experiment, a summary from Simply PsychologyWe also mention Daniel's book Exercised: The Science of Physical Activity, Rest and Health, and you can find it here.Episode transcripts are available here.Is there a nutrition topic you'd like us to explore? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we'll do our best to cover it.
Arlene Pellicane is our go-to for all things social media and, now, AI. She's been on the today Show, Fox and Friends, and Focus on the Family, sharing her wisdom on many topics. We're all confused about AI! Let Arlene sort it all out for all of us. The first things she says is to is stay informed, so start today by listening in. You can find Arlene at arlenepellicane.com.
Grandparents can play an important role in your life both as a child and as you grow older. In this episode, we each share, review and discuss the top 3 movies that shaped our relationship with our grandparents. Subscribe on Spotify:open.spotify.com/show/6ShPbVNVFjyxHVHch8JtYq Subscribe on Apple Podcasts:podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/movies-that-shaped-us/id1591109094 Subscribe on YouTube:www.youtube.com/@moviesshapedpod follow us:www.instagram.com/moviesshapedpod/
Jason Carter tells “Politically Georgia” his grandparents life was “The Great American Love Story” First up: Jason Carter, grandson of Rosalynn and Jimmy Carter joins the podcast to reflect on the life and legacy of his grandmother: her dedication to improving resources for people with mental health issues, support for caregivers and commitment to working to fight guinea worm, a devastating disease that has thanks to the work of the Carter Global Health Initiative is close to being eradicated. Then: The hosts look at the various fronts on which Georgia Trump allies are working to subvert Fani Willis' election conspiracy case. Plus: Harrison Floyd, one of the Georgia election conspiracy defendants, could be headed back to jail after a hearing in Fulton County court today. He has continued to defy court-ordered conditions for his bond by attacking potential witnesses in the upcoming trial and other. Finally, the hosts look at what motivated U.S. House Speaker Mike Johnson to release to the public thousands of hours of Jan. 6 surveillance video showing the insurrection as it unfolded. Trump Georgia allies fighting Fani Willis Harrison Floyd faces more jail time Links to today's topics: Have a question for the show? Call the 24-hour Politically Georgia Podcast Hotline at 404-526-AJCP. That's 404-526-2527. We'll play back your question and answer it during the Listener Mailbag segment on next Friday's episode. Subscribe to the AJC: If you aren't a subscriber to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, click here to get unlimited digital access to the AJC. Listen and subscribe to our podcast for free at Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts. You can also tell your smart speaker to “play Politically Georgia podcast.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
With the substantial figure of $641,000 now needed for a comfortable retirement, a third of Australian grandparents are now also financially supporting their grandchildren's education.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This is your opportunity to be part of God's mission, to be reckless with your love without abandon and to not worry about the logic of math, to just shower your love on them without regard.does with us. The way to inspire us to do that is to be in a little bit of awe, the fear of the Lord, of how blessed we are, what we have now, and understand how blessed we are with what we already have. (Read more…)Here is my homily for last weekend. Please feel free to share with others.Finally, I want to close with a THANK YOU and THANK GOD for the gift of life, community, and faith. Please pray for peace in our world and bring that peace into your family Thanksgiving dinner. Use this week to create memory dividends that will pay for years to come and know that connection with family and friends is good for your soul. And if you post online then post good memories with #memorydividends and #goodforyoursoul. See you at Mass next weekend.
Archbishop Naumann dialogues with Dan Spencer founder of Legacy of Faith, a ministry that equips Catholic Grandparents to be a positive spiritual influence in their grandchildren's lives and help future generations remain faithful to Christ and His Church. Archbishop shares some of his family history while reflecting upon the role his grandparents played in his faith journey, and the two share some real practical advice on how grandparents can be harmoniously engaged in the Faith lives of their grandchildren.
Grandparents are the joy of many kids. But new reports are showing it's harder for grandparents to have relationship with kids because of disagreements between parents and grandparents. Dr. Kathy considers the role of grandparents and provides helpful steps to bridge gaps for parents and grandparents to help us celebrate kids.
President Trump visiting his adorable granddaughter's school for Grandparents' day; she gets to show off her once and soon-to-be again president grandfather, that's exactly the news that Trump has gotten over the last 48 hours; this is going to absolutely blow your mind! Highlights: “What is happening in the polling with President Trump is utterly staggering! I mean, it is breathtaking; in many respects, there are pollsters now coming out and saying that we have never seen anything quite like this!” “Trump was the better president and Biden is too old to continue; the combination of those two factors are sinking Biden and surging Trump! And if these polls are any indicators, we ain't seen nothin' yet!” Timestamps: [02:18] Legacy media's lies and their woke advocacy [04:28] Trump's surge in polls across all states [07:57] Two overall reasons for Trump's surge Resources: HE'LL BE BACK! Get your limited edition TRUMPINATOR 2024 Bobblehead HERE: https://offers.proudpatriots.com/order-form-TurleyTalks_Podcast See how much your small business can get back from Big Gov (up to $26k per employee!) at https://ercspecialists.com/?fpr=turley The Courageous Patriot Community is inviting YOU! Join the movement now and build the parallel economy at https://join.turleytalks.com/insiders-club=podcast Want free inside stock tips straight from the SEC? Click here to get started now: https://turleytalksinsidertrading.com/talk-registration/ Thank you for taking the time to listen to this episode. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and/or leave a review. Sick and tired of Big Tech, censorship, and endless propaganda? Join my Insiders Club with a FREE TRIAL today at: https://insidersclub.turleytalks.com Make sure to FOLLOW me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrTurleyTalks BOLDLY stand up for TRUTH in Turley Merch! Browse our new designs right now at: https://store.turleytalks.com/ Do you want to be a part of the podcast and be our sponsor? Click here to partner with us and defy liberal culture! https://advertising.turleytalks.com/sponsorship If you want to get lots of articles on conservative trends, sign up for the 'New Conservative Age Rising' Email Alerts: https://turleytalks.com/subscribe/.
In Hour 1... [01:05] - Wake Up Call: The day starts with a chuckle as GoJo, having slept through alarms, explores the fascinating world of alarm clock routines with Golic and Jessie. Golic reveals his one-alarm mastery dating back to his radio days in the '90s. [05:20] - NFL Mid-Season Predictions: GoJo and Golic tackle three pivotal NFL questions that will shape the remainder of the season: the Las Vegas Raiders' playoff prospects, Aaron Rodgers' return to the Jets, and the impact of Deshaun Watson's season-ending injury on the Cleveland Browns. [19:58] - Golic's Grandparent Joy: Golic announces that he and his wife are now Grandparents two times over after their daughter Sydney gave birth to a healthy baby girl last night in Arizona! They send their congratulations to Sydney and her husband Ben Braunecker. GoJo revels in his cemented uncle status, and Jessie shares her thoughts on motherhood. [26:27] - Draymond Green's Suspension: The duo reacts to the NBA drama with Draymond Green's 5-game suspension for choking Rudy Gobert, expressing surprise at the punishment's leniency and mocking Steve Kerr's apparent shock. [29:58] - College Football Update: GoJo and Golic provide a College Football newsflash, covering James Madison's post-season denial, key Top 25 matchups, and why Georgia's Brock Bowers is making history as the first eligible TE for the Lombardi Award. [39:52] - Interview with Coach Jedd Fisch: Arizona Head Football Coach Jedd Fisch joins GoJo to discuss the team's rise to #17 in the College Football Playoff rankings, their upcoming clash with #22 Utah, and the team's focus amid external noise. Coach Fisch also shares insights into the winning mindset, bowl eligibility, and the performance of QB Noah Fifita. Click here to subscribe, rate, and review the newest episodes of GoJo and Golic! If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/visit http://ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-877-770-STOP (7867) (LA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/NJ/ NY/PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. New customers only. Min. $5 deposit required. Eligibility restrictions apply. See http://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This Christmas season Pastor Jon and his wife Shalanna talk about great gift ideas to help kids birth through college grow in their spiritual development, improve mental health, or gifts that facilitate quality time as a family! Next Gen Survey Gift link list: Parent Cue Gift List Stair Slide Beginner's Bible Adventure Bible Action Bible NIV Teen Study Bible God Speaks in Whispers Book Indescribable for Little Ones Books Indescribable 100 Devotions About God and Science Ready Set Move Devotional Into the Unknown Middle School Devotional Your New Playlist Book Do Hard Things Book Truth Matters Book Ruthless Elimination of Hurry Book How to See God Devotional for High School How to Be Human Book Crazy Fort Glow in the Dark Match Up Memory Snack Game Bounce Game Q's Race to the Top Board Game Talking Points Card Game Fat Brain Box and Balls Game Hot Potato Game
Dr. Regina Koepp, Clinical Geropsychologist and Founder of the Center for Mental Health & Aging joins Lisa Dent to remind listeners that seniors can benefit from therapy too. Listen in while Dr. Koepp shares the top issues that seniors bring up most often In therapy sessions.
On this episode of the podcast, we discuss the upcoming holiday season for many families and Pastor Willy shares a word for:Those who are grieving this Holiday Season.Those who have family dynamics that are less-than-ideal.Those who want the holidays to be perfect.Grandparents navigating the difficult holiday schedules of their kids.Thanksgiving Communion Service - https://calvary.us/announcements/?sapurl=Lys1dG1yL2xiL2V2Lyt4Y3hiZHFyP2JyYW5kaW5nPXRydWUmZW1iZWQ9dHJ1ZSZyZWNlbnRSb3V0ZT1hcHAud2ViLWFwcC5saWJyYXJ5LmNhbGVuZGFyJnJlY2VudFJvdXRlU2x1Zz0lMkI4anlxdno1To get involved or get more information about Griefshare at Calvary, reach out to - email@example.com.Learn more about Calvary Church at https://calvary.usSupport the show
Grandparents, what do your grandkids feel when they first walk in your front door? Do they feel welcomed and safe? Or like they can't be themselves? In today's episode, Mark talks about how grandparents can create a place of rest for their teenage grandchildren, who are under so much pressure from the culture we live in. They need a place to recharge! Listen in for this thought-provoking topic! For a deeper dive into grandparenting, check out our e-course, "Leaving a Legacy of Hope." Enroll today at bit.ly/legacy-ecourse Parenting Today's Teens is a part of the Christian Parenting Podcast Network. To find practical and spiritual advice to help you grow into the parent you want to be visit www.ChristianParenting.org
Anxiety is a reality for most kids, and something they'll face in their life at some point. Building healthy ways to process anxiety is a gift parents and those caring for kids can give to kids as they grow that they'll use for the rest of their lives. Dr. Kathy has some important insights in the wake of a new push by some in culture to guide kids to process anxiety well.
A new report on media and movies is showing kids want less sexual relationships with the characters and more platonic or friendship relationships. It's a sign for us that kids are hungering for real meaningful friendships, something talked about consistently in the examples of community in Scripture. So how can parents feed this hunger and shape the loves that drive it? Dr. Kathy has important insights in today's episode of Facing the Dark
In this week's conversation, Somer + Michelle do a deep dive into big spending (if you're listening in real time, just in time for the Black Friday + Cyber Monday crazy!) Listen in if you need reminders on: the difference between genuine generosity and pressure-driven obligation guilt-free missing out practical tips for protecting your joy The 2024 3 STEP PLANNER is here! The SWHW Patreon Order The She Works His Way Book (To get the full picture of who we are and who you are in Christ!) Become a Donor Take what you need... 00:59 Discussion on Big Spending 01:39 Reminiscing About Podcast Beginnings 02:24 Black Friday Experiences 07:26 The Pressure of Holiday Spending 07:36 Generosity vs Obligation in Gift Giving 16:49 The Pressure of Gift Giving for Kids 18:06 Setting Boundaries with Family 19:31 The Joy of Christmas and Family Traditions 20:58 The Role of Parents and Grandparents in Gift Giving 22:19 The Obligation of Gifts and Time 24:19 Creating Healthy Rhythms for the Holiday Season 24:37 The Pressure of Participating in All Events 31:48 The Importance of Advent
What can we do to foster relationships between our kids and their grandparents? A listener in our Facebook group asked: "A question for those of you sandwiched between kiddos and elders in your home. How do you encourage interaction between the two ends of the spectrum? Our elder is old-school and equates time with our kiddo as a time to treat them with food and gifts. How do you support this relationship?" It's important to realize that in any interaction that you are trying to foster, that you don't have a tremendous amount of control, Margaret says. That being said, you can lay out guidelines and be very clear that, for example, "we only eat between these hours and this hour, and this is how we approach this kind of food. And so please limit the amount of treats you give my kid to one a day." You can go over this boundary with your kid as well. If your child has overlapping interests with any of their grandparents, that's a great place to start. You can also direct your child to talk to their grandparents if they express curiosity about a topic or time period they're familiar with. It can also go the other way, in that you can suggest a grandparent play a game or engage in an activity that your child is passionate about. Ultimately, you are a facilitator, not a controller, and you can't dictate the relationship between your child and their grandparents, but you can keep offering up opportunities for connection. Here's the article Margaret references in the episode: Susan Adcox for VeryWell Family: 6 Factors of Grandparent-Grandchild Closeness Special thanks to our sponsor, Pampers! For trusted protection, choose Pampers, the #1 Pediatrician Recommended Brand. Download the Pampers Club App today to start earning free diapers. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today, Dr. Kathy continues our series on the five core needs. She outlines how they're all linked and traced, starting from security, who can I trust. She continues building a reality that these needs are first met in a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, and that as we grow these core needs flourish in the care of relationships that understand, foster, and celebrate the needs. Today she specifically highlights our core need to understand our purpose, essentially answering the question, 'why am i alive?'
Adam Broomberg returns! The South African, Jewish artist updates us on his journey as a Palestine activist living in Germany, we discuss the censorship of anti-zionism in Germany and we also check in with ourselves and explore how this is impacting us all emotionally. Support Palestine Action by visiting palestineaction.org Help those in need in Gaza by visiting map.org.uk Send your fan art, thoughts and questions to firstname.lastname@example.org Please consider leaving us a review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Become a Patron here to support the show and get access to live episodes of The Alexei Sayle Podcast and more - patreon.com/AlexeiSaylePodcast. Subscribe to Alexei's YouTube channel here and join him for his Bike Rides. The Alexei Sayle Podcast is produced and edited by Talal Karkouti Music by Tarboosh Records Photograph from the Andy Hollingworth Archive
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TOPIC: NATHANIEL WI: "update on life", MARIO CANADA: "motivational speakers say to use anger, why is that?", MICHAEL CANADA: "have to read the Bible to be a christian?", SUPERCHATS, COLANDRA TN: "biblical question", FRANKIE WA: "silent prayer and spiritual attacks"
Are you choosing to unschooling, but your own parents are not embracing it? Sue Patterson shares what may be going on in this week's Unschooling Mom2Mom Podcast!Go to the website to see the graphic mentioned.Unschooling ResourcesUnschooling Guide: Critics and NaysayersThis PDF Guide will help you as you deal with your own critics.Creating Confidence Membership GroupSometimes we need to surround ourselves with other who will be more supportive._________________________Reach out if you need help figuring out how unschooling can work for your family! You don't have to do this alone!www.UnschoolingMom2Mom.com Private 1:1 Coaching with Sue Creating Confidence Membership Group (Group Coaching) Podcast listeners can join without the sign up fee - so use this link! Jumping Into Unschooling Course (for new unschoolers) Math WITHOUT Curriculum Course (for those worrying about unschooling math!) Free Email List with weekly unschooling resources
Do you want the Bible to come alive for your kids? For yourself? Today we'll learn how to spark curiosity for God's Word in our homes with author Champ Thornton and his book, The Really Radical Book for Kids. In today's conversation, you'll learn about: 4:29 Getting boys interested in reading the Bible 6:40 Generating curiosity in your kids 9:28 Making Bible time fun 14:48 Engaging teens in reading the Bible 18:49 God is fun, let's weave more fun into your life 20:25 Helping anxiety and fear in kids 22:50 Grandparents can be key in passing down faith Champ Thornton is the author of several books for kids and families like "Why Do We Say Thank You?", The Radical Book for Kids, and now The Really Radical Book for Kids. Champ has been a pastor and is now an acquisitions editor at Crossway. He and his wife Robben have three children. You can learn more about Champ and his book, The Really Radical Book for Kids here! You're invited to the Parents Rising Conference on March 2, 2024, in San Diego, CA. Speakers include Dr. Gary Chapman, Arlene, Bill & Pam Farrel, and Sally Burke. Early bird pricing is available now! happyhomeuniversity.com/conference More Resources for Your Family: Arlene's Free Marriage Webinar -- Get Unstuck in Your Marriage. If you feel stuck in a rut or you've just lost that lovin' feeling, register for Arlene's free marriage webinar. Subscribe to Arlene's free email list to get tech news and more to help your home. happyhomeuniversity.com/subscribe Watch a VIDEO clip from the podcast on Arlene's Happy Home YouTube Channel @arlenehappyhome Special thanks to HireMyMom.com
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What do you do when you are committed to seeing your children live for Jesus but do not feel supported by those around you? In fact, what if those who should be among your greatest advocates in parenting mock you for seeking to honor Christ as you raise your children? In this episode, we discuss what every influencer of the next generation must keep in mind when they find themselves in the crosshairs of the world's derision simply for seeking to transmit an authentic faith in Christ. Show Notes: Subscribe to our YouTube Channel: https://m.youtube.com/@thedeeprootedpodcast Subscribe on Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-deep-rooted-podcast/id1550127745 Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thedeeprooted?mibextid=LQQJ4d Check out our website: www.thedeeprooted.com Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org Vern L. Bengtson, Families and Faith: How Religion is Passed Down Across Generations (New York: Oxford University Press, 2013), 19; see also chapter 5, "The Unexpected Importance of Grandparents (and Great-Grandparents)."
Do strange and spooky things happen while hunting? In this Halloween special episode of the Ducks Unlimited podcast, hosts Chris Jennings and Dr. Mike Brasher are joined by Kyle Philson and Cam Hale from the Expanded Perspectives Podcast. This episode explores a few spooky hunting destinations, bizarre stories and some of the folklore associated with them. The hosts talk about these locations, share their reactions, and Dr. Mike takes on the role of debunking and searching for facts. Get ready to have some fun and be spooked by stories of ghosts, ghouls, and more!Make sure you also check out the Expanded Perspectives podcast here… www.expandedperspectives.comwww.ducks.org/TheDUPodcast
Lullaby for Hamish was written for my grandson in Los Angeles, I want to share it with you all. I hope it encourages you to create your own lullaby for the small people in your life.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Happy Halloween everyone! In celebration of the event and our short hiatus, we decided to rerelease episode 18 from the 2020 vault! If you've been sleeping under a rock for the last 30 years, it's time to step out into the world of walking zombie-fish, hypnotizing spirals, and an immortal succubus named Tomie. This is the world created by Ito Junji, the legendary mangaka who got his start in horror more than 30 years ago with Tomie. We will look at Tomie, Gyo, and Uzumaki, his most familiar works, and talk about what makes us scared on this Halloween special. -Amelia will be at Anime NYC Nov 17-19th with Lewd Driip so check her our there! https://lewddriip.com -We'll be back Nov 30th with a Mamoru Hasoda Retrospective! Thanks for listening!! Find us on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or by visiting any of the links below. Website: https://otakuhostclub.com Discord:https://discord.gg/5qzkhnZQ8 Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/otakuhostclub https://linktr.ee/otakuhostclub --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-otaku-host-club/support
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Blended family life can be a challenge, but what is it like to be a step-grandparent? What are some best practices for being a great step-grandparent? In this episode, our hosts Scott and Vanessa Martindale talk with a step-grandparent, Mike Hill. Mike is the Marriage Pastor at Beltway Park Church in Abilene, Texas. Together they talk about the experience of being a step-grandparent, what it means to foster healthy relationships with grandchildren and step-grandchildren, and how to support their adult children who are in a blended family.We pray this podcast blesses you today! Want to join the Blended Kingdom Families Community? Connect with us: Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, To support this ministry and help ensure that blended families around the world continue to receive biblical equipping click here: https://blendedkingdomfamilies.com/donate/ For more resources visit: Blended Kingdom Families Website
Do you want to tell others about Jesus but aren't sure how to do it? Maybe you are worried that you don't know the Bible well enough or you don't understand theology. The good news is you don't have to worry. You simply have to be willing to share your story.Your personal testimony (or your story) is the most powerful tool you have for sharing your faith. One of the most powerful testimonies in the Bible is found in John 9:25. Jesus healed a blind man and when the Pharisees interrogated him about what happened he simply responded, “One thing I know. I was blind, now I see.”Terry, Brian and Dan discuss the power of your story in this installment of Finish Strong. You'll learn how to tell others about Jesus in a simple but powerful way. The world needs Jesus now more than ever, so if you want to “finish strong” start sharing what He has done for you today!Support the showFearless Faith Websiteffaith.orgTo leave a review - Open Finish Strong on the Apple Podcast app and scroll down until you see "Ratings & Reviews". There will be a link to click so that you can "Write A Review"FacebookYouTubeInstagram
Jase reveals the impact of a skill he learned at Granny and Pa's knees. From card games to dominoes to church softball games, Jase has left tears and near-fights in his wake! Phil once played softball for the church league and used his NFL-caliber arm, to the awe of spectators. The guys camp out in Luke 15 to discuss the characters of three different parables and how each of us can identify with nearly every one of them in some way. Jase proposes that Jesus isn't a trash-talker, but he is a truth-talker. In this episode: Luke 15 https://samaritanministries.org/unashamed — Get a biblical & affordable approach to health care https://mymorningkick.com/unashamed — Get Chuck Norris' favorite supplements in one delicious daily drink. Chuck feels better at 83 than he has in years! https://philmerch.com — Get your “Unashamed” mugs, shirts, hats & hoodies! "The Blind" is in theaters now! Get your tickets: https://www.fathomevents.com/events/The-Blind — Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices