Disciplining Kids In The 21st Century | GOF46
Parents, are you frustrated by your child’s behavior? If so, you might want to grab a cup of your favorite brew and join me in this episode. I’m going to share my journey in learning how to discipline my kids. Not that I’m perfect, but I have discovered a few things. Also, this week I discuss my-work-in-progress Street Theology. Taken together, Grace Nation, we are rocking!
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This Episode’s Topic: Disciplining Kids In The 21st Century
Starts at 35:19
To better understand why this issue matters, I zero in on the major problem every parent faces, we are on our own. Because our society has fractured and we no longer have any agreement on morals, our children are left on their own. What does this mean for us parents? We have to be trained on the different ways of rewarding good behavior and discouraging poor behavior.
B.F. Skinner’s quote is right on point: “We reward people. We reinforce behavior.”
Theology On The Street – Developing A Street Theological Vocabulary
Starts At 9:55
Actual definitions will be added to this list
- Resistance | Romans 7:19–21, Eph. 2:1–3
- Closet | I John 4:18
- Ghetto | Gal. 2:11–14
- Liberation | Lk 4:18–19
- (re)Alignment | Mt 4:17
- Relationship | Hebrews 10:15–18, c.f. Jer 31:31–34
- Holiness | I Peter 1:13–16
- Justice | Jer 29:11, Micah 6:8
- Mission | Matthew 28:19–20
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