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Teenagers and Attitude


Are you struggling with teenagers giving you attitude? Consider the calling of scripture to discipline and guide children into lives of discipleship.

We call it “dead-face.” It is commonly displayed by teenagers hoping to communicate a lack of interest in the topic at hand. An empty stare. A flat affect. Silence. Dead-face. And it is not allowed in our home.

https://familyfire.reframemedia.com/articles/teenagers-and-attitude?utm_campaign=FF_RSS_Email&utm_source=hs_email&utm_medium=email&utm_content=70160623&_hsenc=p2ANqtz-8_yReVtfmaDmTSUcThyWPMSu4U2KR-g7V1py2ca18cV52dUKCrFnK3vfhZQVpmNd0sapURYwYA2nRTyCtNjbMSmsPYVw&_hsmi=70193087

This is a great article.

 

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Speak Clearly


Tongues of Fire

We are living during a time when there are no longer conversations or rumors of wars; this is an actual day-by-day occurrence.  This perpetual picture can be viewed not only within the United States but also globally.

I believe that the underlining issue is a lack of communication within several tiers and systems of cultures.  However, we must not forget that there is a high breakdown in language.

Just a word pronounce the wrong way or even out of context will set off a gang fight, war or something as simple as a divorce.

Don’t believe me, take time out and do some research.  I used the term perpetual picture for this one reason.  Historically and culturally this has been taking place since the first century.  This has filtered over into the family dynamics.  For the family to begin the healing process, we must begin with taming our tongues and asking for forgiveness.

Just something to think about not debut about!

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