Several nights ago was a seminal moment in our household. Our oldest, Sam, started kindergarten the next morning. Danielle and I had been preparing for and living in mortal fear of this day for months. Partly for the usual reasons—our little baby growing up, circle of life, and so on.[…]
My last two posts (here and here) were about things parents should NOT do when their kids are becoming cynics. Now, I want to be more positive. Here are four things parents SHOULD do.1
In my last post, I gave three tactics parents use that (unintentionally) drive their children to cynicism. Here are three more things parents should NOT do. Don’t fling half-baked arguments.
In my last post, I argued that some people become cynical jerks to stick it to their parents. Because I’m assuming most evangelical parents would prefer their kids not become cynical jerks, I have six pieces of can’t-fail advice which I just made up. But first, one giant caveat–I’m not[…]