How to Teach Kids to be Responsible
by Mike Hurt on May 28th, 2020
Dirty dishes. Messy bedrooms. Toys on the living room floor. Some days, there just isn’t a good way to avoid the chore wars. But there is always tomorrow, and you can be proactive. Ask yourself, What chores are important for my children to learn, and what are they capable of doing?  Read More
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How to Deal with a Joy Thief
by Mike Hurt on May 28th, 2020
Joyless people are miserable people. They haven’t tasted and seen that the Lord is good. They haven’t yet learned that it’s through our times of suffering that the Lord often does his best work. I have been in a joyless place, and chances are you have, too.  Read More
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How to Argue Well In Your Family
by Mike Hurt on May 28th, 2020
Conflict is inevitable. And in case any of us doubted it, being sheltered in place due to COVID-19 clarified it.  Read More
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Best Mother's Day Yet
by Mike Hurt on May 1st, 2020
It's never too early to think about meaningful gifts for Mom this Mother's Day. And though her day may look different this year, there are ways dads and kids can still make it special. We've got some creative ideas for you that you can easily pull together by Sunday, May 10.  Read More
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6 Ways to Appreciate Teachers
by Mike Hurt on May 1st, 2020
Most of us can agree, we miss our teachers. Now that many of you have become teachers "at home" over the past few months, you know that teaching can be challenging, and we recognize all the many things that teachers do. We understand their worlds a little better. This week is Teacher Appreciation Week, and we have some ideas for how you can show your kid's teachers how much they mean to your family.  Read More
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3 Ways to Remove Stress from Homeschooling
by Mike Hurt on May 1st, 2020
From the Parent Cue by Jon Acuff The recession in 2008 was stressful for my family, but you know what didn’t happen?The recession didn’t say to me: “Guess what? In addition to losing your job and most of the value of your house, you also have to home school your kids. That’s right, starting today, you’re a teacher. Good luck with all of that!”That’s what’s unique about this season. It’s been like ...  Read More
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8 Ways You Can Serve Others Today
by Mike Hurt on April 20th, 2020
The church isn't closed it is deployed. That's why you and I should actively be looking for ways to serve others and to meet needs in the name of Jesus. Check out these 8 ways that you can serve others in meaningful, safe ways.  Read More
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How to Host a Watch Party
by Mike Hurt on April 19th, 2020
Watch Parties are an easy, fun way for you to share your faith with your friends and family on Facebook.  When we go live with our services, you can invite those who love to attend with you and you will have a private chat to engage your crowd.  You can do this! STEP 1:  START THE PARTY!Head to the Parkway Facebook page. Find the live video. Select “Start” to “Watch together with friends or with a...  Read More
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How Do Your Children Relate to Others
by Mike Hurt on April 3rd, 2020
By understanding your children's "love style," you can help your kids develop healthy emotional connections with others.  Read More
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Now More Than Ever
by Mike Hurt on March 30th, 2020
Now more than ever...we need to keep our families safe.   Now more than ever...we need to appreciate those who are the front lines fighting for our health.  Now more than ever...we need to appreciate our educators.  You likely heard some form of these statements in the last week.  With all of us in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, now more than ever we need to check the foundation of our life.  I...  Read More
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6 Strategies to Parenting During the COVID -19 Crisis
by Mike Hurt on March 27th, 2020
From the Parent Cue We’re all navigating really strange and chaotic times.Schools have closed and parents are faced with working from home while trying to assist their kids in completing assignments on unfamiliar digital platforms and in subjects that are outside of their comfort zone.Thousands of parents are also facing employment uncertainty or job loss as the economy continues to shift downward...  Read More
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Parenting During Coronavirus
by Mike Hurt on March 22nd, 2020
Before we could set goals, routines, and fun activities for the weeks ahead, we needed to unpack the burdens of our hearts. We needed to remind each other that we are going to make it. My family is, and so is yours.  Read More
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