I was invited to eat with a group of men tonight that will be speaking, attending or serving in some capacity with the “Why Me?” men’s conference in Thomaston, Georgia next Friday and Saturday. After one delicious low country boil, the men made their way down to the dock at the lake. As 14 decent sized men eased out onto this weathered dock we felt the shifts of age and the creep of time on the structure.
There have been few things in life that really impress me. But I must admit that the Teach Them Diligently Convention this year in Washington, DC has done just that! From the beautiful surroundings of the Gaylord Hotel and Resort, the perfect weather, the outstanding speakers and the awesome children’s program, I will say that I am in awe.
Hey guys! Wow and what an amazing time we are having so far. If you don’t know what is going on, we are heading up to Washington, DC for the Teach Them Diligently Convention! This is making a great road trip with the kids and the Allen family (WWW.Conversaving.com).
This is a post that appeared on the Teach Them Dilligently blog page today. There are a great group of people giving wonderful homeschooling advice and practical application on the blog. Check it out if you get a chance!
“Are you listening to me?” What guy has not heard that famous question before? We as men tend to have a unique ability to “tune out” what we want to not listen to. It can be the wife, kids, radio, television, or just general noise. Somehow, we go to this special place of not listening, yet we are hearing. Yes, we are listening for some type of unusual sounds, screams, or something loud that will bring us back to hearing and listening. But when it comes to your family, dad, “Are you hearing or listening? Continue reading →
In 76 days my family and I will be making the drive (700 miles) into Washington DC to attend the Teach Them Diligently Convention! We have attended the convention the past two years in Spartanburg, South Carolina, but with us finishing a two-year American History run, the ability to be at the convention and do a tour is just way too tempting. If you have not made up your mind to go to one of the four conventions being held across the southeast, let me give you a quick tour of what all you could expect. Continue reading →