Practical parenting advice from parenting expert, radio host and founder of Shepherds Hill Academy, Trace Embry.
Stages of Addiction with Karl Benzio
When we think of addiction we often think of young adults strung out on some kind of drug lying in an alley or a gutter in some city in America. Terms like “stoner” come to mind; someone with long greasy hair, disheveled, seeking that next fix. Drug addiction doesn’t always look like that. Drug addiction […]
Socialists Don’t Sleep with Cheryl Chumley
When we think about raising our kids, teaching them civics is not the first thing we often think about. Unless of course, we’re talking about the civics class they may or may not be taking in school. If they are teaching civics in your child’s school, the question we should be asking is “by what […]
Grooming Our Kids for Love and Not Violence Lt. Col. Dave Grossman Part 2
There is only one real God we can put our faith in. But God gave us free will. We are not his puppets. We can choose to accept him. This idea of faith and the idea that bad things happen in this world led to God sending you. So how are you leading your life? […]
Grooming Our Kids for Love and Not Violence Lt. Col. Dave Grossman Part 1 [Podcast]
When we think of our kids being well-groomed, we think of issues tending to physical hygiene and dress; some things at least parents have some control over. Or to help our kids gain control over. There is grooming going on with our kids today that many of them, or their parents, are not even aware […]
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They’re Your Kids with Sam Sorbo [Podcast]
With this year brings so much change into our lives with the rearranging of our everyday lives because of COVID, do you think that we are unintentionally looking over our children and their needs? Have we let them fall victim to our culture because we have become complacent about all that has been going on? […]
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great podcast!! the topics in these podcasts are not discussed enough!! a rare find full of truth and wisdom. it is challenging to hear the importance of traditional parenting in a post modern society.