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How Dave Ramsey connects Finances with Faith

How Dave Ramsey connects Finances with Faith

“What your beliefs are about money creates your actions. And the problem is some of us have bad beliefs.” There are something deeper behind Dave Ramsey’s ideas, a spiritual side is vital to how he found financial peace.

Out-Of-School Suspensions – Road to Nowhere

Out-Of-School Suspensions – Road to Nowhere

Suspending students from school stops learning and increases chances of dropping out. And, minority and disabled students are over-represented in national school suspension statistics. Is there a better way to handle severe discipline problems?

End of Boy Scouts? Christian Coalition Creates New Scouting Group

End of Boy Scouts? Christian Coalition Creates New Scouting Group

A Christian group is offering an alternative to the Boy Scouts of America for those upset with Scouting’s new policy on sexual orientation, but the new group’s policy is similar and more than 99 percent of Boy Scout units are still with the 100-year-old program.

Perceptions of God may stem from Father-Child Relationships

Perceptions of God may stem from Father-Child Relationships

Sociologists say it’s common for people to perceive that God is like the fatherly figures in their lives. If dad is caring, patient and concerned then children may believe God has those same characteristics. And the opposite also holds true.

The Sacrificial Love – A Mother’s Call

The Sacrificial Love – A Mother’s Call

None of her friends or family understands why she has done it, and most of them would like to shake her out of her foolishness. Their objections make sense. After all, May is in her mid-forties and has been living alone ever since her daughter moved out. May is also in debt. And yet, here she is, raising her ex-husband’s child by another woman.

Disciplining Children: What is the Right Thing to do?

Disciplining Children: What is the Right Thing to do?

Experts say parents most often react when a child misbehaves, a “negative bias” that doesn’t encourage children to do what they should. Instead, they suggest tactics pros use with “difficult” children, including consequences for misbehavior.