Children – Ephesians 6:1-4 – David Hanke
November 5, 2012 @
Fellow parenting practitioners – the art of being and doing…
Loved this sermon David. “What can I do for you?” is a profound question – fathers particularly – can and should ask their wives and children. Bursting with enthusiasm to “try this” with my eight year old son I asked him this morning, “Son, what can I do for you?” Acknowledging my own naive willingness to throw myself on the pire, he replied in-kind without much effort, “hmmm, you can take out the garbage.” To which I quickly negotiated, “how about I do the recycling for you?”
I hope to take this to the next step, one by one, at the Koach house and ask: “How are you doing?” and take the time and space to really mean it and receive whatever the reply. Enough for now, I’m off to the recycling bin.
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