Category Archive for: Bo’s Blessings

How To Help Your Kids Hang Out With Mentors

Attention: Parents Worried For Their Kids’ Future… How To Help Your Kids Hangout With Mentors Homeschooling Your Children Means Giving Them The Time And Space To Get Mentored By The Best             Have you ever asked these questions before?             Will students with the highest grades in school end up having the happiest marriages? Will…

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I Still Date My GF

So far, I’ve had 884 romantic dates with her. Our date nights are sacred. Unless it’s an invitation from the President of the Republic, I say no to all invitations and meetings.  Our relationship is what it is today because of those precious dates. By the way, did you know she has magical powers? When…

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It’s The Small Things That Count

I have a goal: To help you create a great family. Today, I’ll describe to you my first mentor on family life—my Dad. If you’ve been reading my stuff for some time now, you may find this story familiar.  But that’s okay.  Read it again and be reminded that in creating a great family, it’s…

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What Is Your Child’s Passion?

I love to write. When I see my blank computer screen and poise my fingers over the keyboard, I feel absolutely wonderful. Like I’m about to give birth to a child (not that I’ve ever done that before). And when words spill over from my imagination, forming sentences and paragraphs and worlds before me —…

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Angry Parents

Everyone knows that the Bible says that children should obey their parents. But three verses after asking children to obey their parents, the Bible also says, “Fathers, do not exasperate your children” (Ephesians 6:4). Other versions say, do not provoke your children to anger. That is tough. If you look around you, you’ll find that Authority…

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Are You A Grace-Filled Child?

A school year has ended. Congratulations! And summer is here… So, I’d like to talk to the kids this time. As a kid, there were days when I thought my mom was a mean mom. Because every night, I wanted to watch TV, but she told me, “Do your homework.” I wasn’t a good student,…

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How to Show Unconditional Love

Shaming doesn’t work. Your job is not to fix people. Only God can do that. Your job is to love people. And to love people unconditionally. And the first agenda of unconditional love is not to speak but to listen. Sit down, put aside your child’s “failures,” look at him or her in the eye, hold his or…

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Be Prodigal This New Year

Today, I’d like to talk about the Prodigal Paradigm. A lot of people actually think prodigal means “lost” or “wayward” because the only time they hear the word prodigal is from the Parable of the Prodigal Son. Actually, prodigal means extreme, excessive, reckless extravagance.  That was what the youngest son did. He got half of…

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