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Parenting and Religion

Making the Space to Be Present (Terumah, Exodus 25:1-27:19)

Judith Rosenbaum | Posted 03.31.2014 | Religion
Judith Rosenbaum

God's track record to this point has not been flawless. God has been impatient, aloof, and angry; God has misjudged what the Israelites need and expressed frustration when they rebel or complain. Perhaps, too, God has misjudged God's own needs.

The Religion Post

John Kinnear | Posted 11.05.2013 | Religion
John Kinnear

Now, like me, my kids are going to grow up in Utah as non-Mormons. I know that someday, in the near future, they are going to come home from school and ask me "Dad, What religion are we? Are we Mormon?" I'll be honest with you. I have no idea what I am going to say.

Making Sense Of Death Is Living Life Wisely

Ryan Thomas Neace | Posted 07.28.2013 | Religion
Ryan Thomas Neace

If we have truly given ourselves to others, and ultimately, to God, something profoundly transformational occurs: our friends and family can gather together in a Eucharistic spirit of love in remembrance, and therein be healed. Like Jesus, our deaths become a source of healing and life for others.

Parting The Red Sea With My Dad And My Atheist Daughter

Mira Sucharov | Posted 06.09.2011 | Religion
Mira Sucharov

With Passover around the corner, my thoughts turn to how to make the story of the Exodus come alive for my kids. But it's not so simple. My almost-7-year-old daughter is an atheist.

Beyond Tiger Mothers: Lessons In Parenting And Education From World Faith Traditions

Homa Sabet Tavangar | Posted 05.25.2011 | Religion
Homa Sabet Tavangar

Our children are our trust, like a mine full of gems, and our job as parents and educators is to bring out those brilliant gifts responsibly.