Tuesday, June 03, 2008

In Praise Of Marriage And Parenting
By Chuck Baldwin

I'll say it straight out: it does not take a village to raise kids; it takes loving and courageous parents. Parents who are not afraid to discipline their children (yes, Martha, I mean old fashioned spanking: applying the board of education to the seat of knowledge); parents who are willing to spend time teaching their children right from wrong; parents who will take--not send--their children to church; parents who will pray with their children; parents who care more about truth and right than they do about being well-liked or politically correct; parents who will teach their kids to say "Yes, Sir," and "Yes, Ma'am"; parents who are not afraid to say "No" to their children; dads who think it is more important that they be a father to their sons than a "buddy"; and moms who would rather their daughters had pure hearts than popular friends...

1 comment:

Agent4Christ said...

Amen, brother.

Some times "old fashioned"
family values centered on
Christian beliefs never
seems to be out of style
when it comes to raising
children in this modern

Thank you for your thoughtful

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