As this week’s gun control vote settles in, and as the President urges you toward angst and distress that compounds your already profound pain, I want to give you a different perspective that offers love, empathy and clarity.
A lot of families don't like to talk about money, but now's the time for an open discussion with your parents about what they have, what they need and changes they may need to make.
Currently, there are four things that are really ticking me off.
Not so long ago in this republic, most parents of school-age children would frequently visit grocery stores where they would use their own money to buy things like peanut butter and jelly, and bologna and cheese to make lunches for their kids to haul to school in brown paper bags.
According to CBS, St. Louis, Pastor Rodney Francis, of the Washington Tabernacle Baptist Church, wants to keep kiddos away from guns, so this summer his church is planning a “toy gun buy back” program.
Last week at a speaking engagement in Illinois, I asked my audience of parents to tell me about their kids.