Keeping the "entendre" in double entendre.
Clint, et al:You can use this link to read the whole thing:http://www.thelutheran.org/article/article.cfm?article_id=6481&key=42003359Thanks! Amber Leberman, Web Manager, The Lutheran
Thanks for the link to the whole article! It is always fun to read Clint's writing. Mom
Nice article Clint. You have hit on a simple way that many of us try to find in order to pass on the faith. Our children's hunger for faithful reading and dialog should not be ignored. You're absolutely right....it is simple when you think about it.
Clint, Well done! I think it is of utmost importance that we not commodify nor idealize our children, but let them enter the life of faith with integrity and in their own voice. I hope I never forget the time when my oldest asked the theodicy question (he had just turned three). He was suffering an infection of his... well, penis. In the middle of dinner he blurts out, "Why did God make my pee-pee hurt?" Our children are budding theologians, and we can help form them, or deform them... theologically speaking. And thanks btw for the book rec's in the column. I just ordered those two books for my two boys. Peace.
Hi Nice Blog .I think HR understands the importance of other people tracking time--IT, Lawyers, non-exempt employees, but struggles with the idea of web time clock .