Quoting Quiverfull: So Easing Your Child’s Discomfort is Sin?

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by Jay Younts of Shepherd Press - The Tyranny of the Immediate If your children believe the lie that getting instant relief from their discomfort or discontent is ultimate, then they are bound by the power of sin. This pattern, if not stopped, will result in a life dominated by the desire for immediate gratification.Immediate gratification is the gateway to a life of slavery. Understanding this will help you teach your children to see how sin deceives them. Sin feeds on the desire for immediate results. That is why a child can go from seeming bliss to outrage in an eye blink. One moment everything is fine. Then he sees his brother with a toy that he wants and he immediately erupts with … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: The Instruction Business?

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by Jay Younts of Shepherd Press  - "Fathers are in the instruction business" Fathers are in the instruction business–the business of instructing their children to live obediently for the glory of God. … [Read more...]

Memorial Day

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Rather than repost an article or two about Memorial Day or the military here's a list of links to a number of great articles about the sacrifices made by those in our armed services.Huffington Post - Honoring Muslim American Veterans On Memorial DayHuffington Post - Giving Thanks For All Who Have Worn 'The Uniform' … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Explaining Oklahoma’s Tragedy?

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by Jay Younts of Shepherd Press from "Mommy, will a tornado come to our house?" Your children may have questions about the destructive tornado that struck Moore, Oklahoma this past Monday.  Your answer to these questions will impact the way your children think about God. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Manipulate or Instruct?

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by Jay Younts at Shepherds Press - February 28, 2013 All’s well that ends well is one of those proverbial threads that form the tapestry of conventional wisdom.  In this case the tapestry is threadbare in spots. This thought leads to the idea … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Children Rebel Why?

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by Jay Younts at Shepherd Press - February 22, 2013 Children, then, come next. You are to train your children to know God and then prepare to leave your home. Yet, things get turned around. Husbands and wives often spend time attempting to change each other … [Read more...]


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