What are the dangers battling against families today? And, what’s the big deal? How can I protect my family from the dangers of the secular culture? What is the role of mothers and fathers? I feel helpless and powerless to protect my kids from the digital world, what are my options? How should I respond if I feel stuck in my current battle? If a cultural tsunami is coming, where can I find a lifeboat? How can I transition my kids from an easy/comfortable life to a life that builds virtue? Where can I find support and encouragement in motherhood if it wasn’t a skill that was learned or modeled?
Don’t measure your input, measure your output! We can’t just work harder doing the same things we’ve been doing and expect a different outcome. –Tom
I struggle with being a mom. [Motherhood] was caught, not taught. So I have to read Christian articles, blogs and theology about what it means to be fully a mother. –Kari
Dr. Tom and Kari Curran anticipate Mother’s Day weekend and continue to discuss the battle against the cultural tsunami. Tom discerns a new approach to fatherhood. Kari reflects on motherhood as often ‘caught, not taught.’