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Howard Graham

  • Listen & Follow: Jesus Is Speaking

    April 1, 2020

    Parents, how is it going? Most of us have now been with our kids all day, every day, for almost a month. So, how is it going? Are you exhausted with reminding

  • Heart Inputs = Noble Outputs

    March 4, 2020

    “But the noble make many plans, and by noble deeds they stand.” - Isaiah 32:8

    We all want our children to be noble and make a positive impact on the world and those around them. To do this we must go beyond their current behavior and their minds—we must reach

  • Fear Is Not An Option - For Adults

    February 4, 2020

    Let’s learn not to fear together and then let’s teach our kids to grow to be fearless too.

    Here is what God tells us about fear.

  • The Life of A True Pacesetter: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

    January 16, 2020

    This month, at our Seven Virtues of Manhood Breakfast, we talked about what it means to be a Pacesetter. We said Pacesetters are driven by values, not by

  • What It Means to be a Pacesetter

    January 6, 2020

    Happy New Year! The new year is a time when many of us think about setting new goals. And many of our goals — expressions of the kinds of people we want to be — are shaped by the people around us whose examples we want to follow.

    Fittingly, the virtue for January is the Pacesetter — the one

  • 2019 Advent Calendar Devotions for Your Family

    November 29, 2019

    With Thanksgiving so late this year it’s easy for Advent to sneak up on us! Don’t worry, we’ve got your back, and are bringing back our family oriented Advent devotional for you to use as a tool in your home again this season.

  • Teach Your Kids “Me Last” in the Age of “Me First”

    November 6, 2019

    Have you ever played rock-paper-scissors to see who gets to go last—or to see who gets to sit in the backseat?

    My college roommate would yell “backseat!” every time the two of us rode with another diver. He also had the unique custom of tipping the ice cream server for his milkshake at Baskin

  • You Can’t Do It All. Stop Trying!

    October 15, 2019

    A little help navigating all there is to do for your kids.

    Birthday parties. Sports games and practices. Music recitals and lessons. Tutoring. Help in homeroom. Classroom events. Chapel. Help with homework. Parenting events. Robotics. Scouts. Lunch with your child. After-school adventures.

    And that is

  • A Humble Hero Uses Gifts for God’s Glory

    October 1, 2019

    Our kids love superheroes—but we don’t outgrow our need for heroes as adults. We might not have the same heroes as our kids, but we all have people we look up to. Who are your heroes? What attributes make them stand out to you?

    See if these three things don’t describe your heroes: