In the last post about communication the biggest application that I wanted to make is that even when you are the one who is hurt or needy or upset, you need to take responsibility to treat others the way you would like to be treated. Other people who are around you do not necessarily know what to do with you, and you need to take responsibility to help them. Even if what you are saying is, “Thanks, but I’d rather not talk about that right now. What have you been up to?” Continue reading ‘May 14: Communication Part 2′
We have all heard countless times how important good communication is. It is important in marriages, in parenting, in work relationships, and in broader community settings. Whenever we have a relationship in which we can be both the needer and the giver, communication becomes a very big issue. Continue reading ‘May 13: Communication Part 1′
Logos Press is offering many online classes this coming Fall 2013, and one of them is a class on fashion and fabric design, taught by Bekah Merkle. If you’re interested, they have church group and school rates, so feel free to call Logos Press to inquire.
Some of you have asked from time to time whether the Glory Makers talks from the Grace Agenda Conference last fall are available….well I just noticed today that they are now available at Canon Press.
Has anyone else noticed that while we have been blogging a lot more (hello devotionals), we have been chatting a lot less? It’s basically like trying to talk while you are on a jog. Not so much lung power leftover. But, in spite of this, we have gone on living a very chatty real life. Full of small news and less than fascinating anecdotes.
Some of the small news that I keep wanting to share falls into the category of hot tips. Things that I have tried at home and found to be a big help. I thought that it would be fun to ask you all to share any of these sorts of things that you discovered in your own homes as well. Since Pinterest is crawling with suggestions like this, I want to limit it to things that you have actually implemented. Things that you can testify to the helpfulness of.
Here’s what I’ve got in random and unconnected order: Continue reading ‘The Hot Tip Exchange’