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OVERCOME BY JEREMY CAMP
We want to have meaningful conversations with our kids, but when we ask lame questions, we just get one word answers! Ask open ended questions to stimulate a conversation. Have follow up questions ready.
Tell me about the best part of your day.
What's been the hardest part of this week for you?
Did your brother say anything that made you laugh today? What’s the funniest thing about your mom?
Which friends do you miss most from school?
What's the biggest difference between this summer and last summer?
Tell me about what you read this week?
What's the hardest video game we have? (Let's play it together and maybe I can help!)
As we're spending more time with the kids at home this summer, here's 30 things that mean a LOT to kids that we often take for granted. Parent's.com has a list of things to remember this summer! Click here to read through it!
You know how they say time slows down in your last moments? Or your entire life replays before your eyes in that last minute? Yeah, none of that happened for me but I can tell you, I really thought I was toast. I can laugh about it now, but I tell you what, in the moment, I was terrified.
Jon Foreman, Tim Foreman & Drew Shirley from Switchfoot talked with Scott Herrold at SOS Radio! They shared a fresh song from their new album: Where The Light Shines Through. They talked about keeping hope when culture & circumstances just feel broken. They also had some fun playing the "Blank Space" game with Scott.
Consumer Reports tested the claims of 65 popular sunscreens. 43% didn't live up to the claims on the bottles & sprays!
Some of the top performing sunscreens that emerged from Consumer Report's investigation include:
1. La Roche-Posay Anthellos 60 Melt-In Sunscreen Milk lotion
2. Pure Sun Defense SPF 50 lotion
3. Banana Boat SunComfort Continuous Spray SPF 50+
4. Aveeno Protect + Hydrate SPF 30
5. No-Ad Sport SPF 50 lotion
6. Equate Sport Continuous Spray SPF 50
Write out some of these ideas on ling slices of paper and stick them in a jar. Anytime your child says: I'M BORED this summer, make them draw an activity from the jar!
Here's a few ideas:
Draw a robot and label all it's parts.
Draw a map of our house
Make cards for 5 friends to encourage them. Drop the cards in the mail today!
Pick a flower and draw a picture of it (or recrate it as a 3-dimentional craft!)
Make homemade pizza for lunch. You start organizing hte supplies or make the grocery list.
Clean your sibling's room!
Go to the library
Research the history of the early Christian church
Draw a picture of our pet
Kenny Atcheson is a business consultant, speaker and author of Marketing Battleground. He talks about how we can share faith in our work without pushing people away. He talks about the power of our story! In addition, Kenny shares about the difference between being politically correct and biblically correct. You can connect with Kenny at CreativeProfitPros.com
Amy Grant talks about what makes Christian music honest. She shares what music has taught her about God. Plus she tells the story about a new version of "Baby Baby" recorded by Tori Kelly!
Professional motocross racer Trey Canard and his mom Kari talk about what they have learned from winning with both trophies AND injuries.
(Recorded 5/3/16 on the SOS Radio morning show with Scott Herrold)