June 7, 2011

Three Good Ones

Nancy Wilson writes about parenting as image-bearers, in particular as it relates to parental rule-making:

consider how many rules in your home are not really for your children, but for yourself.

If you had to boil down the family rules, these are three good ones.

  1. obey your parents 2. do not lie 3. and do not sass your mother

flatfile imported parenting rules scraps

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