As anthropology shows, the kids will be all right.
“A loving relationship has made up for many of my parental mistakes.” http://www.loveandlogic.com/
Flashback! Mentors from about five years back pose for a creative group shot! It’s amazing to think of all the amazing men and women who have served at Shelterwood over the past 35 years! https://www.facebook.com/Shelterwood
Yesterday’s Day 1 of Shelterwood’s Spiritual Retreat for students held in Excelsior Springs, Missouri was a rich time of sharing, laughing, student skits, small group discussion, student presentations, great food, & hot cocoa! As we begin Day 2 & prepare to start small groups in an hour, please pray students feel the love God has ...
An eagle perches right outside our building just now as we’re finishing our small group activities about living out of God’s truth, hope, & strength. So cool! “But those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar high on wings like eagles. They will run and not grow weary. They will ...
After delicious pizza & salad lunch, students attending Shelterwood’ s spiritual retreat in Excelsior Springs, Missouri, head into an afternoon of learning prayer tools then practicing them in small staff-led groups. Please pray for God’s guidance to fill our afternoon! Thanks! https://www.facebook.com/Shelterwood
And thatsa’ wrap! Shelterwood’s spiritual retreat for students draws to a fun and goofy close! Thanks God for filling this time with depth, laughter, tears, good food, and connection to You and to each other! #GodsTruth #OnCardboard https://www.facebook.com/Shelterwood
Driven by the synergy of technological advancements and instructional innovations, simulations are rapidly gaining importance in the classroom in tech-savvy nations as robust add-ons, either as a supplement to traditional teaching methods or as a substitute for sections of the curriculum. Read more: Education, K12, Public Schools, Parenting, Children, Simulation, Learning, Technology, Education News http://familylifeworks.org/blog
Change is hard. It can hurt. You could say the same for motherhood. Finding the right parenting strategies so you don’t end up in tears has no global solution. Read more: Chores, Allowance, Motherhood, Parenting, Working Moms, Single Parent, Single Moms, Parents-Moms, Parents-Teens, Parents News http://familylifeworks.org/blog
When I asked him how he was able to rebound, he simply said that he noticed himself slipping and didn’t like it. So he decided to change. He was only in 4th grade! No therapy, no coaches, no self help books, no medication. He just decided to change and did the work to make it ...