Here is the latest family blog. This one speaks to both parent and child, and the relationship of speaking and listening.
“The honor in speaking to ones parents about an offense is not to correct or change their ways, but in being heard.” PastorJDO3
In life, there are many milestones. Moments in which growth is both experienced, and times where growth is acknowledged. It’s the moment that you walk into a room, and the adults continue speaking. The day that you join a conversation; and your presence is welcome.
These moments carry much weight because they are simple milestones that mark one’s journey from childhood to adult hood. As children, your voice and your opinion go without recognition, thus your feeling and thoughts remain silent; for if expressed, one will suffer further punishment and or stricter restrictions.
As children grow, they long for the day they can address the wrong they have seen or experienced. And when adulthood is reached, they not only desire to be heard, but began to develop hope that the words spoken can lead to change…
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