‘Content’ Category Archive

Send a Kid to Camp Electric for Free!

Chances are you have or know a kid who loves to make music. You want to encourage them but aren’t sure how. Well, here’s how! Just fill out the quick form below to nominate them to win a free trip to Camp Electric. Camp Electric is a worship and rock ‘n roll music camp for thirteen to nineteen-year-olds who want to learn more about guitar, bass, drums, keys, and even strings. And you can learn about… … Continue reading

Can MercyMe Beat Joy in this Minute To Win It Game?

MercyMe are incredible musicians, but can they impress us with their Minute To Win It game skills? MercyMe recently released their latest album called “inhale (exhale)”, so Joy designed a competitive game where you need to blow a ping pong ball from one soda can to the other! The band members go head to head to see who will be the champions. Which team will win: Diet Coke or Sprite???   … Continue reading

Photo Op: Winning and Loosing All in the Same Photo

Photo Op is where Wally makes us send him the last photo we took on our phones and tell him the story behind it. Which photo do you like the best? It’s funny how the joy of winning and the agony of defeat can be captured in the same photo. My beautiful wife, who does not play golf and is obviously so happy, somehow beat me at Top Golf.  To my credit I didn’t complain… … Continue reading

The Secret To Talking To Your Kids About Worry

Dealing with a pandemic caused higher levels of worry in all of us, including our kids! Dr. Josh Straub shares the secret to getting your kids to open up about their fears and the necessary techniques needed to respond. The tools he shares are also applicable for us as we navigate our own worries. Straub’s words of wisdom come from his new children’s book called “What Do I Do With Worry?”  At 11:15 “Neurobiological research… … Continue reading

3 Reasons Why You Need to Start Taking Selfies With Your Kids Today

Almost a year old, how had this already happened? As I scrolled through my phone studying each precious photo of my baby boy from the last year, I noticed one thing was missing…ME! In order to not miss a moment of my precious baby’s development,  I am constantly pulling out my camera to snap photos and create memories. However, being behind the camera means that I have very few photos of myself with my son.… … Continue reading