dana glover

How Do I Teach My Kids About Our Faith?

How Do I Teach My Kids About Our Faith? “What is God?” “Who is Jesus?” “Why is church so boring?” These are big questions. They could have been asked by almost anyone. During my career as a Children’s Minister among non-denominational Churches of Christ, I’ve heard them mostly asked by children. Kids have really unique spiritual insight, as well as creative questions about faith and religion. This can scare some

Volunteering at School Without Losing Your Mind

Volunteering at School Without Losing Your Mind We’ve all seen it. The flyer or email that comes home from your child’s school asking for your help. Or maybe it was a sign-up table at the back-to-school event and a poster in the lobby with smiling faces to pour on the guilt. You avoid eye contact and make vague promises to your child’s teacher about “being available” and “lending a hand”

Great Authors Surprise Us: Roald Dahl Turns 101 Today

By Dana Spivy Glover Kelly’s family has a loosely-held tradition to make homemade pizza and watch a movie on Friday nights. She says they usually get a newer movie on Google Play, something they begged to see in the theaters, but either budget or time prevented. Not too long ago, Kelly convinced her family to choose the movie BFG, on Netflix. To say it was a hit is, well, an