1. You stop assuming what you lose is for the worst. I just realized that I lost my favorite book of all time. I’ve had it for two years. The pages are barely hanging on by threads, and it’s filled with notes and thoughts and underlined sentences and paragraphs. I’m pretty sure I left it… Continue reading Ways To Make Peace With The Things You Can’t Change
It is a conceit of the young to believe that because something has occurred to them, it is a novel idea, one unknown to previous, plodding generations. This tendency cuts across the board and includes young Christians. And then they read the classical philosophers… the Church Fathers… the Protestant Reformers… the Enlightenment thinkers… Alexis de… Continue reading What Young People Need To Know About Humility
This post was first posted on Breakpoint. Maybe you’ve heard that phrase “killing them with kindness”? According to some, that may be what our culture is doing to today’s college students, at least psychologically. Peter Gray, a research professor at Boston College, sees what he calls “declining student resilience.” At one major university, “emergency calls… Continue reading Are We Over- Protecting Our Children?
Around the world. For at least a decade, Millennials have been stereotyped as lazy, entitled, and stuck on social media. In Nigeria, our President had already tagged us to be lazy youths with no ambition. While that may not be entirely fair, they are notoriously liberal, overwhelmingly supporting left-leaning candidates and favoring policies like nationalized… Continue reading Kids These Days: Generation Z Most Conservative Since WWII