Category Archives: Child Development

Why is illicit sex so enticing, and so prevalent?

Sex is a natural expression of human nature, but there are many additional factors that sweeten the draw. Continue reading

Posted in Asia, Child Development, Collective Strength, Discerning Lies and Deception, Discernment, Wisdom, Disorders, Freedom, Personal Liberty, Models of Failure, Self-Concept, Society | Tagged , , , , | 2 Comments

Scott’s conclusions on courtship and marriage incubation

American Dad outlines the purposes and challenges of devising a path to successful marriage. Continue reading

Posted in Child Development, Choosing a Partner or Spouse, Courtship and Marriage, Culture Wars, Discernment, Wisdom, Organization and Structure, Relationships, Stewardship, Strategy | Tagged , | 6 Comments

What does it mean to be Defiled? – Part I

A Biblically based understanding of Defilement, covering descriptions and implications on relationships and spiritual vitality. Continue reading

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13 Disciplines in Dealing with Delectable Daughters

This post covers the moral challenges that men face in raising daughters, the dilemma that daughters face in coming of age, and some key points in raising daughters with discipline, confidence and purpose. Continue reading

Posted in Attitude, Child Development, Discipline, Influence, Leadership, Male Power, Models of Success, Purpose, Relationships, Respect, Self-Concept, Stewardship | Tagged , | 9 Comments

A Girl Becomes a Lady

Men should be aware of the ways in which they could create a positive impact in the lives of the women and children. Continue reading

Posted in Child Development, Discipline, Leadership, Maturity, Personal Growth and Development, Models of Success, Personal Presentation, Purpose, Respect, Self-Concept, Stewardship | Tagged | 3 Comments

Psychological Impact on Children (from Frozen)

Are parents truly aware of the psychological impact that popular media has on their children? Christian parents should be especially vigilant. Continue reading

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