Parents, Here is some good news for you. If you ever question whether or not you are doing right by your child, you are not alone in that questioning. The majority of parents I have met at conferences, in my office, on the road, or even read about in the gifted research question whether or… Continue reading Good News for Parents
Photo by energepic.com on Pexels.com It is easy to have unrealistic expectations of gifted children as either a parent or a teacher, and, oftentimes, these expectations lead to frustration, tension, and even fighting between the authority and the child. Hopefully, shining light on some of the most common issues will help the gifted child not… Continue reading Unrealistic Expectations
There is a great need for youth ministers, pastors, counselors, teachers, and anyone else who works with our youth to understand - and I mean REALLY understand- the gifted, talented, and creative youth that God has placed in our care. I have seen TOO MANY gifted youths drop right out of and flat-out rebel against… Continue reading Christianity with Giftedness Crisis
Lifting a person takes a lot more strength than it does to just walk with a person down an adventurous road, and the world right now is hiking switchbacks up a mountain. Thus, I want to help you inspire others to lift others and I want you to be able to inspire those you're carrying to be able to hike effectively on their own. Staring Today, start taking a simple step into the gym of your faith. It's time to go straight-up cross-fit extreme about faith-building.