... it may not be unprofitable to address a few words in Christian love , to those Parents who , professing to followers of Christ , are appointed to a most important department in the cultivation of their Lord's vineyard .
Featuring many personal accounts, the twenty-four essays in this collection explore the challenges and possibilities confronting those, especially women, who combine parenting and academic work.
Author: Rachel Hile Bassett
Publisher: Vanderbilt University Press
Featuring many personal accounts, the twenty-four essays in this collection explore the challenges and possibilities confronting those, especially women, who combine parenting and academic work. Written by a diverse group of educators who present a real-world variety of situations, the collection also includes ideas for change at the individual, interpersonal, policy, and system levels.
Parenting and Professing: Balancing Family Work with an Academic Career. Ed. Rachel Hile Bassett. Nashville: Vanderbilt UP, 2005. Print. Sue, Derek Wing. Microaggressions in Everyday Life: Race, Gender, and Sexual Orientation.
Author: Michelle A. Massé
Publisher: SUNY Press
Category: Social Science
Argues that institutional change must accommodate womens professional and personal life stages. Staging Womens Lives in Academia demonstrates how ostensibly personal decisions are shaped by institutions and advocates for ways that workplaces, not women, must be changed. Addressing life stages ranging from graduate school through retirement, these essays represent a gamut of institutions and women who draw upon both personal experience and scholarly expertise. The contributors contemplate the slipperiness of the very categories we construct to explain the stages of life and ask key questions, such as what does it mean to be a graduate student at fifty? Or a full professor at thirty-five? The book explores the ways women in all stages of academia feel that they are always too young or too old, too attentive to work or too overly focused on family. By including the voices of those who leave, as well as those who stay, this collection signals the need to rebuild the house of academia so that women can have not only classrooms of their own but also lives of their own.
In R. Hile Bassett (Ed.), Parenting and professing: Balancing family and work with an academic career (pp. 1–16). Nashville, TN: Vanderbilt University Press. Hill Collins, P. (1990 ). Black feminist thought: Knowledge, ...
Author: Yvette Taylor
This book offers a contemporary account of what it means to inhabit academia as a privilege, risk, entitlement or a failure. Drawing on international perspectives from a range of academic disciplines, it asks whether feminist spaces can offer freedom or flight from the corporatized and commercialized neoliberal university. How are feminist voices felt, heard, received, silenced, and masked? What is it to be a feminist academic in the neoliberal university? How are expectations, entitlements and burdens felt in inhabiting feminist positions and what of 'bad feeling' or 'unhappiness' amongst feminists? The volume consider these issues from across the career course, including from 'early career' and senior established scholars, as these diverse categories are themselves entangled in academic structures, sentiments and subjectivities; they are solidified in, for example, entry and promotion schemes as well as funding calls, and they ask us to identify in particular stages of 'being' or 'becoming' academic, while arguably denying the possibility of ever arriving. It will be essential reading for students and researchers in the areas of Education, Sociology, and Gender Studies.
Has we parent a name to live only ; it is very apt to be so with the child . Does the parent , professing godliness , neglect the worship of God in his family ; the child will probably neglect it too . The steadfastness or the ...
Sometimes parents professing to follow Christ , are very far distant from the straight and narrow path laid out for the sincere christian . CHAPTER V. WHEN Annie witnessed her husband enjoying the blessed HIDDEN OPPRESSION . 35.
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Thus he is taught to be Sallen , and III - humour'd , and as he grows up , his Parents find Work enough to unteach ... who by professing of a Reformation in Reli gious Matters , are set as it were upon a Hill , being thereby exposed to ...
Mustard Seed staff pushes as hard as it can on parents who are not used to educational priorities , but never to the point of ... Those professing Christian faith , whose primary reason is only to achieve a superior education . 2.
Author: Steven C. Vryhof
Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
A revealing look at the social benefits of religious education While numerous studies have documented the educational achievements of Catholic schools, this book offers the first extended look at Protestant schools, providing insight into why these schools are especially effective not only in gaining the loyalty of parents but also as measured by objective national standards. By closely examining a variety of Protestant schools, education expert Steven Vryhof uncovers the complexities, subtleties, and nuances of faith-based education that often elude those concerned only with producing higher test scores, a "moral environment, " or a competitive workforce. Through interviews with parents of children in faith-based schools, Vryhof also answers questions that other interested parents may have about the benefits of faith-based education for their own children. Based on solid research, Between Memory and Vision presents a convincing case for placing faith-based schools on a more level playing field in today's academic marketplace.
When we consider that very to God , although they may profess to be so , and may many parents , professing to be Christians , by pre- think so . For these same children manifest the same cept , by example , and , in almost every way ...
All agreed that , as children , they felt embarrassed about their parents . Difficulty in Professing Parents ' Weakness The group members agreed that it was easier to do the transmitted strengths rather than the weaknesses .
Author: Helen B. Landgarten
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
First published in 1987. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
tism is the seal is contracted with the parent , in behalf of the child upon whom the seal is properly applied . It is besides to be remembered ... 4 ; and practically , “ of parents , one or both of them professing faith in Christ .
Other parents have unresolved issues of guilt and shame lingering from their own sexual stories. You do not have to observe our culture very ... Unfortunately, the statistics among professing Christians aren't very encouraging either.
Author: Paul Basden
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
Are You Prepared to Talk with Your Child About...? Discussing difficult topics with kids has never been easy, but in today's world, it's more difficult than ever. Gay marriage, terrorist attacks, pornography, police shootings, and yes, sex, are just some of the complex issues children will encounter in our current culture. When your child asks questions, will you have answers? Tough Stuff Parenting will equip you to have thoughtful, age-appropriate conversations with your child. The biblically-based wisdom and practical tools you'll find inside will help you confidently engage your kid in meaningful dialogue. And when questions arise, your child will look to you first for answers instead of friends or the Internet. Make a lasting connection with your kid by learning how to effectively discuss life's most complicated topics.
This book is three books in one so that you will get exactly the sensory processing information that's right for you.The first handbook digs into what sensory processing is, looking at the differences between meltdowns and tantrums, calming ...
Author: Sharla Kostelyk
In Sensory Processing Explained, find all you need regarding sensory processing in one easy-to-navigate handbook. You'll gain the tools you need to help your child or student navigate their senses. You will also find strategies and activities that will benefit all children. This book is three books in one so that you will get exactly the sensory processing information that's right for you.The first handbook digs into what sensory processing is, looking at the differences between meltdowns and tantrums, calming strategies and techniques for a sensory meltdown, and giving an overview of the eight sensory systems. In the Parent Companion Guide, learn how you can advocate for your child, create a sensory friendly home, and find sensory tips for everyday life skills like getting dressed, sleep, and grooming. Gain confidence in such things as providing sensory tools and activities for your child and helping them understand their own sensory preferences. In the Educator Companion Guide, learn when you should be concerned about a student's sensory challenges, what sensory processing challenges look like in the classroom, how to create a sensory friendly classroom for every student, how to set up a special sensory space in the classroom, and activities and strategies that are specific for your classroom and school. In Sensory Processing Explained, discover how sensory processing affects all children, not just those who struggle with sensory processing challenges and learn how to support these sensory processing development skills at home and in the classroom.
Is it not because He loves to fulfill His exceeding great and precious promises '2 In view of parental responsibilities, ... Parents, who themselves profess to have renounced the world, and its vanities, and at the sacred altar, ...
If a child , being born of parents professing the Christian religion , became a heretic or an unbeliever . Besides those above expressed , there might have been other causes of sufficient weight to justify disinherison , if it appeared ...
3 2 Parents there is a probability of the chills profesion . ... As there is a probability , that the Parent professing the child will professy fo there is a probability from the mortality of Parents , their apostacy , the corruption of ...
It was a settled principle of the household , so far as the example and untiring efforts of the parents could make it ... The children of every parent professing the true religion they considered , of course , as , by birth , members of ...
Confessing Jesus as Lord means turning from your sin and your own ways of doing things and turning to God and His ways. Finally, we are instructed to confess that belief before others. Do you want to commit to follow Jesus and to ...
Author: Dr. Grant Ethridge
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
Help and Hope for the Hard Road Ahead If you are currently providing care for your aging parents or facing the prospect of doing so in the near future, you are definitely not alone. Dr. Grant Ethridge and his wife, Tammy, have been there, having given care during their dads’ last days. They know the stress and uncertainty you face. Through their story and those of other caregivers, Grant and Tammy share research and practical tips to aid you in dealing with everyday caregiving struggles and situations. You will learn how to decide which care is best, prepare legal documents, handle family disputes, and much more. They will also share encouragement and advice from the Bible. You’ll discover that with God’s help, you can make it through even the most difficult days in your journey. Looking after an elderly or sick parent is a physically and emotionally draining experience. Let this book give you the tools you need to be successful without giving away your peace of mind in the process. And remember, as you give care to your parents, your Heavenly Father is always caring for you.
... and his fixed purpose to do Now there are many parents professing godliness so provided their parents train them up in the ... Others perform Set thy sails warily , covenant unconditionally and in spite of parental the service at ...