21stCPI June 2017

Move Free, Play Free, Pain Free

JUNE 2017

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FATHERHOOD IN THE MODERN WORLD SOME CHALLENGES ARE NEW — OTHERS ARE TIMELESS

We won the runner-up championship for David’s flag football team, fall of 2016.

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PAIN RELIEF SECRETS WITHOUT DRUGS OR SURGERY PAINFREE,ACTIVE,&HEALTHYMENTALLIVINGWITHOUTDRUGS, INJECTIONS,ORSURGERY P N THENON-DRUGPAINRELIEVINGMEDICALBREAKTHROUGHDOCTORSAREN’TTALKINGABOUT! Soon, Kathy will be at the same place as David. She’s 10 years old, and things are still pretty simple. When they’re younger, I can just say no, but as they get older, “no” is not enough. I have to explain why and treat them like a mini adult. I can’t take to anger so easily. But, now that they’re old enough to understand, it’s also an opportunity to explain what the Bible teaches us about behavior. ago. Other challenges are timeless. For instance, David, my oldest, just became a teenager, and the rebellion is coming out right on schedule. All the physical and emotional changes happening at that age don’t exactly help. A few weeks ago, during a scrimmage for David’s flag football team, which I have the pleasure of coaching, he was being vocally disrespectful. He thought the activity was a waste of our time. I’ll be honest, I wanted to get upset because he was bringing the team down with his negativity. But I remembered the scripture: “do not exasperate your children.” I knew it was a good time to try connecting to his heart. I pulled him aside and asked him, “Why do you think I’m coaching?” He didn’t know. “I do this so I can spend more time with you and teach you sportsmanship,” I said. “You can have fun, but there are important things to learn here. One of those things is to respect your elders — whether it’s your dad or your coach. In this case it’s both. I need you to get on board.”

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