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Juvenile delinquency is a pressing problem in America, with a rise in the number of
single parents that are raising children without the financial, emotional, and relational help of
another adult. Unlike studies conducted in the past, many researchers have begun to focus on the
influence of a father-figure, not just the influence of the mother on his/her child. Whether the
quality of relationship or amount of time that is spend with a father-figure has a positive impact
is unknown. However, it is clear that the subjects who have been adjudicated are in need of
effective prevention and programming efforts.
It is important to empathize that father-absence does not necessarily lead to delinquency,
developmental deficits, and/or render the child with an absent father-figure inferior in
psychological functioning to the child with a present father-figure in their lives. Children who
have absent-fathers are far from a homogeneous group with almost an infinite number of patterns
that can be specified. Many factors need to be considered in evaluating the father-absent
situation including the length of separation from the father, type of separation, cause of
separation, the child’s age and gender, the child’s constitutional characteristics, the mother’s
reaction to the father’s absence, the quality of mother-child interactions, the family’s
socioeconomic status, and the availability of surrogate models.
The number of family risks to which children are exposed often best predicts how well
children will be able to adjust in the world and conform to social norms.
John 5:19-30 "I can only do what I see my father doing."
Where are the absent fathers in this day and age? Young men as well as women need their natural fathers as a role model. I know that some of these young people father may have died but where are the men that will take the place of the absentee father,
The Show Must Go On For Tim "Loki" Kerlin!
Join Yankeemom, and Susan Bonner as they break down the world of feminism by going back in history. We are going to fight the "war on women" because, "we are women". This episode: Loyalist Mary Dowd: part two
Grace is form without content but brings artistic expression into the world. It enhances the quality of our lives and reminds us that to simply ‘be’ is living in grace. Tune in this week as Lisa Jones and I discuss ways grace shows up in our lives. We know grace in art, the dancer becomes the dance; the musician gives life to a musical script, the painter becomes one with the brush and canvas. In human affairs, grace is aligned with our soul’s intent—to self-express. We master this expression over time as we hone in on our true selves. Through the appreciation of ‘the form’ we take absent of ego we apprehend our own inner beauty. Somehow life is raised above the mere struggle for survival. The possession of grace, like receiving a beautiful gift can add richness to an otherwise humble life. Tonight’s show is about taking care to lend grace to the small and the deep of our lives. It is the background for whatever we manifest in on our spiritual path.
Rick presents a powerful warning recently delivered in Washington by Jonathan Cahn. Later in the program, investigative journalist Alex Newman talks about the “mind masters” who are re-engineering the educational system to capture the minds of millions of students to accept their utopian global regime.
Monday May 4, 2015
Alex Newman | Crimes of the Educators
And if it seem evil unto you to serve the Lord, choose you this day whom ye will serve; whether the gods which your fathers served that were on the other side of the flood, or the gods of the Amorites in whose land ye dwell: but as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.
This is a phrase that many uses. Are you aware of the meaning behind it? Do you really know what that particular part means? Isn't your body a temple for the Lord, aren't you the church? What's in your house, and does God live there? Let talk about it,as I share you with you my thoughts on this one.
This six minute podcast is about taking advice from our children. Gregarious Greg explores some ideas learned from Generation 88. This segment of " The Heritage & Legacy Evolvement Forum " has Greg taking on the question, should parents listen to the advice of their children ?
This podcast evolved from a conversation between a father and son.
Times are changing rapidly, if parents want to stay in the know it often takes the advice of their children. After all old-school is just old not extinct.
Matthew 3:13-15 shows the righteousness of Jesus showing obedience to the Fathers Will. Did Jesus need to be baptized for the foregiveness of sin? Jesus said "It is proper for us to do this to fulfill all righteousness." We are merely on this earth to fulfill the Will and plan of God as Jesus did. We are not here on earth to fulfill anything for ourselves, but show others the way to the kingdom of God. God is checking integrity for righteousness, some people are being called to be an example for others to follow them into the kingdom of God.
Furthering Fathering Talk - The steps in your home and leading up to your home. What does the steps represent? How to take it into consideration when building a strong home for your family? Also Baltimore, what's necessary in order to move forward?