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Rose-Colored Glasses or God-Glasses?

Rose-Colored Glasses or God-Glasses? by Joey and Carla Link ©March 2016 In case you’re wondering, it is normal for kids (especially when they hit the early teen years), to put on rose-colored glasses and do things that just don’t make sense. Your boys take off on a bike ride with their friends without asking permission. […]

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Quality Time or Quantity Time

Quality Time or Quantity Time        Joey & Carla Link        © March 2016 What is more important, to spend quality time or quantity time with you kids? This question has been around for years. We can make a case for both, but we are fairly certain you can too so we aren’t going to […]

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Does Your Child Have A GPS?

Does Your Child Have A GPS? Joey and Carla Link February 2016   As a young man in boy scouts, I learned to read maps as we went backpacking in the High Sierra Mountains. It was essential to know which trail to take to get to our destination. Today, reading and learning to interpret maps […]

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FINGERPRINTS

FINGERPRINTS BY JOEY & CARLA LINK February 2016 I was watching a police drama show on television and was intrigued by how the police were so focused on fingerprinting an entire crime scene to determine who had been there to solve the crime. I got to thinking what kind of fingerprints have we left on […]

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Parents’ Warning Signs

Parents’ Warning Signs   by Joey & Carla Link January 2016   We were driving home from a ministry trip to the East Coast and after driving through several toll booths, I saw a bright yellow pedestrian sign warning drivers as they went through the toll booths to be careful of pedestrians. I thought they must […]

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