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Guiding Teens to Choose Good Music

Helping Teens Choose Good Music (View post)

Music is powerful. It can leave us feeling uplifted, encouraged, and joyful or bring us into the depths of discouragement and despair. It can lead us to worship God and contemplate His goodness or take our thoughts down the path of sin and destruction. Music can do all of this and more. So it seems…

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Dealing with Discouraging Days

Dealing with Discouraging Days

As teachers and as parents, we all experience discouraging days. Sometimes they’re a result of a particularly frustrating incident. Other times, they’re the product of stress or pure exhaustion. And they’re no fun. These days make us doubt our ability; they make us feel hopeless; they may even make us want to give up. I…

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What to Do With the Parent Who’s Driving You Crazy

What to Do With the Parent Who's Driving You Crazy

I wrote recently about What to Do With the Kid Who’s Driving You Crazy, but what about the parent? You know the one I mean. The dad who thinks you have all the time in the world to give his student special treatment, the mom who can’t believe her little darling would ever deserve a…

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5 Tips for New Teachers

5 Tips for New Teachers (View Post)

Today I am featuring a guest post by Doug Campbell. Doug is a veteran teacher, author, and blogger from North Carolina. He wrote the book Discipline without Anger and writes a blog at WithoutAnger.com. Follow him on Twitter @TheDisciplineDr. Teaching is a tough job. Anyone who doesn’t think so has probably never done it before.…

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How to Fall in Love with God

Do you love God? I doubt there is a single Christian in the world who would answer this question with a no. But if we’re really being honest, can we truly answer it with a yes either? And what about our students and children? Do they love Him with all their hearts, souls, and minds?…

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If God’s Not Fair, Should We Be?

God’s not fair, and it’s a good thing He’s not. But what does that mean for us as teachers and parents?  Should we still be fair in dealing with our students and children? I think the Biblical answer is no – and also yes. If you haven’t ready my last post, God’s Not Fair, take…

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