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030 – One Dad, Four Boys and Eight Crazy Days

Show Notes Bart Rinkenberger is simply trying, as many of us are, to be an intentional parent. Bart recently took his four boys on a backpacking trip to Colorado. In this episode I talked to Bart about this experience. He tells us what he did to prepare for the trip, provides some great stories about the trip and shares insights for how you can also do a similar trip with your kids. 1. Be Prepared Do your homework before setting…

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029 – Decisions We Have Made in Parenting, Part 2

Show Notes In this episode, Heather and I continue our conversation talking about some of the decisions God has led us to in our parenting journey. If you missed part 1, you can find it in episode 028. 1. Kids Activities There seems to be a lot of pressure to involve your kids in a variety of activities from preschool all the way through High School. We have chosen to limit the number of activities our children participate in because…

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028 – Decisions We Have Made in Parenting, Part 1

Show Notes Fun Times with the Husband and Wife: On the night of this recording, we got dinner out together while the kids were  occupied by Mary Poppins. Spit spot! In this episode, we start a two part series where Heather and I talk about some of the decisions we were intentional in making along part of our parenting journey. Decisions We’ve Made in Parenting 1. Cutting Cable out of our Home About ten years ago, we decided to shut…

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027 – Teaching Your Children About Stewardship

Show Notes In this episode, I talk with Scott Goldsmith, Financial Advisor with Ronald Blue & Co. Scott shares some great advice on how to think about stewardship and ownership and provides wisdom on how to intentionally teach our children about stewardship. “One of the most important things is to help kids understand their stewardship responsibility and God’s ownership responsibility.” – Scott Goldsmith Stewardship Principles to Follow The importance of having goals (Proverbs 16:9) Avoiding the use of debt (Proverbs…

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