Life is beautiful and imperfect, a source of wonder and a challenge so complex that it’s good to pause from time to time and check our perspective and priorities against eternal truth. Jim Daly’s blog, Daly Focus, is full of daily insight and wisdom that promises to help you navigate today’s culture.
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Comment by Brenda W:
Thanks for posting the results. Made me smile! We live on a dairy farm and have 5 sons at home yet. In the past talking to our older children and explaining the "education", we were able to use our cows, breeding etc. as analogies. We need to now talk to our younger ones and it may prove to be quite interesting! Once, one of our sons witnessed the breeder coming to AI one of the cows. Of course, he used a glove. We later got in a conversation about having bulls on the farm and allowing them to do the breeding. One son had a question, "does the bull wear a glove?".
Comment by Mony:
I so LOVE how you aren't taking anything about raising your boys for granted. Even the "hard stuff". Not enough dads see the honor and privilege. God is indeed in the details. No matter how weird. : )
Comment by jminnesota:
with so many teens having sex and having kids of there own i feel its so important for parents to sit and talk with there kids about sex early 8 9 10 years old its never to early. i happen to see a 13 year old girl pregnent and its sad. if we teach our kids that sex is wonderful between a man and women after they marry eachother hopefully they will wait til they are marrried also
Comment by Elaine:
Thanks Jim for being such a great example of a dad who cares enough for his son that he's willing to talk about something that's difficult, and sometimes "weird."
with magazines and tv shows today kids are bombarded by sexual advice and sex most are not what god would want for sure so its important for parents to talk to there kids often and let them understand and know how god views sex and the beautiful of sex when you are married to someone.