Play Hard

Thought I would share with you a video about play.  I was interviewed on the importance of play in life and how it relates to our spirituality.  This was produced by the youth pastor, Dustin Comm, from one of the local churches in Calimesa. Thoughts on Play Share this...FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedin
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Forgiveness

Many families have done a great job of teaching the kids to say, “I’m sorry”.  If a child/teen calls someone a name they will be reminded to say those two words…I’m sorry.  However, true confession isn’t really there until certain steps are followed. There are three steps to this process confession, repentance, restitution.  Many times this is not enough for...
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Planting

I have been playing the cutest game called “Farm Town”.  Now Farm Town is about building a community that will help you harvest your crops, keep in touch, and tend to your farm while you are away (from the computer).  We plow and plant, arrange crops and trees, expand our property and eventually have enough coins to buy a house.  If I am short of coins, I can to to the marketplace...
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April Foolery

I simply love a good joke or the perfectly executed prank.  April 1st is usually the day to get silly.  Personally, I use the entire month to celebrate laughter.  I believe that as adults we need to be able to laugh at ourselves and keep some of the heaviness out of our lives. Humor is rooted in childhood and grows along the same developmental path as your child.  Peek-a-boo is a game that we...
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March Madness

March Madness is a sports term for playoffs in basketball.  Teams face off to win the battle or game.  Basketball is a fast-paced sport with subtle hits and jabs to the other team in an effort to put a ball into the hoop.  When the jabs are caught a foul is called by a referee. This got me thinking about the March mad-ness that occurs in the home.  Two or more people face off in their quest...
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