Being An Involved Father (June 1995)
In the past few years, fathers - and especially a functioning two-parent family - have
been recognized for its importance in raising successful children. The definition of good
fathering has undergone a radical change. Our fathers played differe
A Husband's Lament: Why Can't She See I've Changed? (August 1996)
George is a perfectionist, a workaholic and a guy trying to win approval from others by
doing all the "right" things. He is trying to overcome his feelings of shame and
inadequacy that came from growing up in an alcoholic home. His com
By Doing Less, You Can Achieve More (June 2005)
This article reviews the ways to cope with the time demands in our culture. The human spirit requires balance in terms of relationships, work, spirituality, leisure and other interests.
Modern Day Knights Sally Forth And Forget Home (April 1997)
St. George went out to slay the dragon and men have never been the same. His story
becomes everyman’s story.
A knight ventures forth to conquer supernatural forces and overcome daunting perils in
the name of his glorious quest. He
Unkind Farmers (September 1997)
Back in the days when I was a regular contributor to the Farm Wife News magazine, the
editor once proposed a column idea on, "Why farmers are so unkind." She had been
getting feedback from her readers about lack of respect and consider
Why The Farm Comes Ahead Of Family (February 1996)
Farmers, how would you like to work 3,000 hours a year on the farm and donate 500 hours
a year to community service?
That is a benchmark figure to avoid problems with work, family and health as
recommended by agricultural economist Dav