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Community Service: Learn New Skills, Help Neighbors, Build Character
We invested 4 hours at Johnson Chapel in Northeast Houston and gained a memory for a lifetime. We created memories of service to the community, a memory of learning about construction and repairs, and a memory of working together. To be honest none of us were looking forward to getting up early Saturday morning for a service project. My two sons have little to no construction experience and were anxious about their lack of ability to contribute. Continue reading
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When Do You Push Your Kids in Sports, Music, Activities and How Do You Build In The Right Stuff?
What do you do when your child decides to quit a sport, music or activite that they have invested so many hours and years developing. How do you use these experiences to build in the right stuff into you kids. Every child is a unique individual that requires an individual plan to develop larger character traits that come from parents that earn the privilege to speak in the right stuff by spending meaningful time with our children. Continue reading
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