Books: I’m the author of eleven books, including The Code of Silence fiction series for tweens and young adults, Smashed Tomatoes, Bottle Rockets and Other Outdoor Devotionals You Can Do With Your Kids, and Dangerous Devotions for Guys. For example, […] We’ve been talking about ways to add fresh passion to your marriage over the last couple of blog entries.
I use a huge variety of object lessons to help teach men biblical truth—like electrocuting a pickle, creating a -100 degree solution for fast-freezing, and converting a leaf blower to shoot toilet paper.
These demos, often done with the help of a volunteer from the audience, really connect with men.
And men tend to remember the application better as well. I team up with my wife, Cheryl to lead seminars for women at conferences and churches around the country.
Our tag team approach mixed with various object lessons and visuals bring our points home in a powerful—and memorable—way. Many […] How do I get my husband to take the lead training our kids spiritually with family devotions?
It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs.
Love does […] An Interview with Tim Shoemaker by his agent, Terry Burns You led a devotional for the Colorado Christian Writers Conference where you placed a couple coins in a volunteer’s hands and asked him to guess want kind of coins he held.
He guessed quarters–but they were really those pesky Susan B. What was […] Most girls dream of getting married someday.
“We have been blessed by all you’ve shared with us—you’ve given us wisdom and tools to keep our marriages strong! This popular workshop totally equips parents to teach their kids (even teens) about God and the principles he’s given us to live by. Often men are less than eager to lead family devotions. When we understand the reasons behind their reluctance, we can find ways around it. This question comes up frequently when I’m teaching at conferences and churches.
Powerful, active, “hands-on”, and “how-to”, even the most reluctant parent will be inspired to start family devotions–even if they’ve tried and failed before. FICTION Contemporary adventure and suspense series for tweens and young adult readers that will hold their attention. Last time we looked at three of the big issues that tend to hold men back. There are things that work, and definitely things that don’t.