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Our Words Can Be Sweet To Their Soul

Parent-to-Parent E/4:29 Let us be mindful of one of the smallest of our parts (the tongue). Our children depend on it. May the wisdom shared by a couple of seasoned LU Family members be an inspiration to you wherever the Lord is leading you and your family’s conversations. Spring semester! What Comes After Graduation? Some…

Count the Ways They Do Well

Whatsoever Series Romans 5:3-5 “We rejoice in our sufferings, knowing that suffering produces endurance, and endurance produces character, and character produces hope, and hope does not put us to shame, because God’s love has been poured into our hearts through the Holy Spirit who has been given to us.” I have told this story in…

The After-Christmas Blues When Students Return to School

Parent-to-Parent E/4:29 Are there any expectations from the beginning of 2023 that were intact at the close of the year? For any goals that didn’t endure the year, let us “forget what is behind, and strain toward what is ahead” as God’s Word declares in Philippians 3:13. Jesus Christ alone is the pioneer and perfecter…

Navigating Those Inevitable Emergencies

Parent-to-Parent E/4:29 “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” is a quote attributed to Benjamin Franklin in 1733 (or 1736, depending on the citation). While the time-tested adage is credible enough to hear from one’s family physician, it also has the feeling of being a lofty missive discovered on a small strip…

College Stress Is Like Riding a Roller Coaster

Parent-to-Parent E/4:29 We have made it halfway through the semester and, prayerfully, fall break gave all of us a jolt of renewed energy (and lots of freshly washed laundry) to finish the semester well!  The distance in miles may have increased again between where we sit at home and where our child is at LU,…

Carry Only What Is Needed

Whatsoever series Philippians 4:4 calls us to rejoice first. What follows are gentleness, prayer, gratitude, peace, and protection of our emotions and thoughts (v. 5-7). Finally (then), we can parent well when our conversations are framed by true, noble, right, pure, lovely, admirable – excellent or praiseworthy – things (v.8). Galatians 5:22-23 describes our character…

Find a Way Through Homesickness and Empty Nesting

Parent-to-Parent E/4:29 This month, we have experienced testing in ways that we may or may not have felt prepared or thought we were able to endure. These are the times to hold tightly to the promises in Scripture. When we trust in Him for what He can see but we cannot, our strength and hope…

In Full Hope of an Answer

Whatsoever series Philippians 4:8 “Whatsoever…if there is anything worthy of praise, think on these things.” Romans 5:1-5 “Therefore, since we have been justified by faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ. Through him we have also obtained access by faith into this grace in which we stand, and we rejoice in hope of the glory…

Setting Expectations That You Can Feel Good About

Parent-to-Parent E/4:29 Welcome to LU Family’s Parent Blog!  This August, we will set are eyes on the Lord, entrust our feelings and thoughts to Him, and allow Him to direct our paths forward into the unknown (based on Proverbs 3:5-6). Discuss your family’s ideas together, you and your student, to create healthy, balanced expectations. And…

What’s In It For Me

Mustard Seed Chronicles: Story Time with LU Grandma There is no question that we live in a world driven by entitlement. Wherever you look, whatever you read, whoever you talk to there is an underlying idea that they’re owed something. Scripture tells us that this is not true. And it is no surprise to any…

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