By Editor Michael Brooks There is no daily chore so trivial that it cannot be made important by skipping it two days running. Robert Brault This post began with a story that Caiti had told me. She told me about how actor Max Greenfield (New Girl, The Neighborhood) made a post about #closingthechoregap. Here is… Read More A Plea for Partnership: Close the Chore Gap
The idea of parenting has undergone a radical transformation in our culture today. As the current moral and ideological revolution tears through our society, parenting is just one of a long list of victims that have undergone a radical deconstruction. As Christians we have the source for what is true, right, and good. Our God… Read More Parenting Littles: 5 Reasons Why Parents Requiring Obedience is Good, Godly, and Essential.
It is the Friday before Easter. This Friday is the day we reflect on the wonder and terror of the cross. The day that Jesus died. For many this time has not been normal. Worse, for many around the world more suffering has visited them. There are millions around the world suffering from a new… Read More Easter and Men: Bearing Burdens for the Glory of God
by Editor Michael Brooks Kobe Bryant is dead. He was 41 years old. His 13-year old daughter is dead. I say it now and I still can’t believe it. Them along with seven other people died tragically and suddenly from a helicopter crash on the 26th. In the news since we have seen truly how… Read More Mourning & Honoring Kobe Byrant: Why He Matters & Why Its Alright to Mourn Him
by Editor Michael Brooks For most of my reading career I have been primarily interested in educational/academic works. But, some years ago, when Caiti and I got married, my wife coaxed me into the wonderful world of fiction. I had always lacked in an interest for it. Now, I can truly enjoy a great story.… Read More Book Review: A Captive’s Portion
In this article I am proud to interview my younger brother about his newly published work, “A Captive’s Portion”. I am immensely proud of my brother in his accomplishment and look forward to the long career of quality writing that lies before him. Links to the book and how to get it will be provided.… Read More “A Captive’s Portion” – An Interview with Author C. K. Brooks.
Some years back I tried to start a blog. It was truly an attempt to forget. In fact, it barely started! I am not by nature someone that excels at doing something regularly over a long period of time. Those kinds of tasks can be something that began interesting to me but over time I… Read More If At First You Fail…