I recently happened upon an article written by Bria Sledge, a project assistant at the North Carolina State University Department of Agricultural and Human Sciences. The article asks why the role of a parent is so important to a child’s development. She writes: “Parents are not only caretakers, but they are instrumental in the development of their child’s social, emotional, cognitive and physical well-being. Oftentimes, we as individuals don’t see the significance that parents … can play in helping develop children. In essence, parents set the foundation for children’s developmental skills.” She says......
June 18, 2018
Love to a Thousand Generations
There’s a beautiful and oft-overlooked promise in the book of Exodus. There, God describes Himself as “a jealous God” who visits “the iniquity of the fathers on the children to the third and the fourth...