See the last post first, this is Part II.
Taming the Tongue and John Adams with Tea
I am not even four hours late! Since it appears that our “new and improved” internet service isn’t really quite that (on and off all day) I am not going to promise to be on at 11:00. But I will be on!
As for today’s broadcast–Tea and Tongue Taming and John Adams (plus other good things, like low-cost and low stress tea parties), here you go, and please remember to pass it on, subscribe, like, and rave about it to anyone who might enjoy it:
John Adams Said So!
And he would know. I’m predisposed to quote John, as he is, according to the fun quiz I just took from Patriot Academy (go there, go there, homeschoolers!) the president I most resemble. You may be Tom’s or George’s twin (yes, I know that’s not John in the pic). Such fun.
“Arms in the hands of individual citizens may be used at individual discretion for the defense of the country, the overthrow of tyranny, or, in private self defense.” – John Adams
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John was Right about Her, and Rebekah will be on at 2:00!
After a particularly trying day with my girls, ages 4 and 3, I met John at the door with a long lament. When I finished he said these immortal words, “Some day these girls will be your best buddies and you will enjoy every minute you have with them.”
Years later I am admitting, as I have to do so often to John, “You were right.” What a gift back to me are these children I’ve been blessed to stay home with, to love and educate as priceless treasures, as though they were (THEY ARE!) royalty. My lamentations gave way to praises a long time ago, and today Rebekah Parker will grace all listeners as she joins me on The Homefront Show!
Look at your lament as a leading. That’s Part I of today’s Homefront Show Broadcast on http://www.1360am.co at 2:00 Mountain Time.
Rebekah Parker will be on with an infusion of joy from Sheila Walsh, I’ll answer the question, “Which is more deadly, typhus, typhoid, or selfishness?” and Real Man John Parker may chime in about something brilliant.
The aforementioned lament is about handling major differences of opinion with other Christians, and how a lament can either be a fearful road to nowhere, or the impetus to get aboard God’s Love Train and have an adventure!
There’s more, such as why studying Benjamin Rush’s life would be a great home school project, and my favorite part of David and Goliath’s story, and why Zorro rocks. Perhaps the most important part is where we understand the difference in being disappointed in a child, vs. for a child, and how to communicate this to bring healing to all parties.
Thanks for tuning in today at 2:00: http://www.1360am.co
Fabulous Fatherhood on The Home Front Show Today!
John Parker and Pastor Mark Williams will be joining me today on The Home Front Show, and you can join us at 1360am.co for great exhortation and inspiration about fatherhood.
Go to :
1360am.co , wait for the page to load, then click on “LIVE RADIO”
at 2:00 Mountain Time this afternoon, Friday, May 5 for an hour of non-stop blessings.
John and Mark will be sharing their stories of redemption and restoration and I’ll be adding thoughts from our Founding Fathers on FORGIVENESS.
As always on The Home Front Show, there’s much more than I can express in a few short sentences, so join us and encourage others to do so as well!
Thanks very much,
Dominion with Charm and Grace
First: Tune in tomorrow, Friday, April 28 at 2:00 p.m. Mountain Time to:
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Finally: Click on the “Live Radio” button
and, voila! You are listening to Bev and John and who knows who else on The Home Front Radio Show!
Threaded through topics such as conversation skills, creative decorating solutions, prayer that builds faith, the Founder’s Bible and the founding fathers, and wise men and brave women, will be tomorrow’s theme: Boldly taking dominion, and with charm and grace!
Thanks for being there!
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