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"dr. kathy cook" Discussed on Raising Christian Kids

Raising Christian Kids

04:14 min | Last month

"dr. kathy cook" Discussed on Raising Christian Kids

"Welcome back raising christian kids. I'm so happy you're joining us today. And i'm so excited and thrilled. Have dr kathy cook. I admire her work. Her books are phenomenal outstanding resources. You have to get all of them and read them. I i really mean that from the bottom of my heart doctor kathy. Cook is the founder and president of celebrate kids incorporated and she's based in fort worth texas. She has influenced thousands of parents teachers and children. In thirty countries through keynote messages seminars chapels banquet talks and other events. She is a regular speaker for care net summit ministries the colson center access and. Teach them diligently. She is also a popular guest on focus on the family radio and she was featured in kurt cameron's movie conduct and she has published five books with moody publishers. Welcome dr cook. I'm so happy to have you on the show today. Well the joy to be here. Thanks for that. Kind listing of what. The lord has allowed me to accomplish. I'm so grateful to him and we're so grateful that he's let you accomplish us because your works are wonderful that are helping parents. Grandparents ministry leader teachers. Everybody who's raising the next generation. The you have to get these books. They're very beneficial wonderful. Words of wisdom godly wisdom. We need to change the trajectory of how we're raising our children. And so i. I highly encourage you. Get kathy's material so kathy can you please tell us about celebrate kids and your mission i would love to so our mission is to partner with parents to strengthen bentley relationships since the first part of our mission. We want to come alongside. We don't want to replace parents how they see. That's not people. We noted parenting is challenging. It's never been easy is challenging today. For a variety of reasons partner with parents primarily we also work with teachers and you know the church leaders as well to strengthen family relationships because we know their family matters to guide. And if we don't secure kids hearts you know. They won't listen to what appearance says. It's just so complicated. And then why do they do that. Why do to strengthen the founder relationship so that periods can help kiss developing the gifts and talents leeann. You and i have so much in common and we believe so similarly about our kids. They're monte johnson. Monta hitches said multi multi passionate and uniquely gifted in advance that they would walk in there gifting and appearance joy is to discover that and then and then to equip the kids to live on purpose with intentionally were passionate. The chiller would discover earlier rather than later why they are the who they are. Why did i choose that gifts for them. And how can they use it. I'm purpose in good and healthy ways. That's hard of our passion absolutely and so it celebrate kids. Tell us about celebrate kids. You know we do it. Through hopkins's weep promote under our ignite the family of relevant conferences for women. Eventually for a man for a marriages. Multigenerational family units. We also i hired to speak in churches and schools do a lot of school events so if a church is interested in helping their parents developed great appearance in skills they can hire me and celebrate. Kids will come in and do an event for that and then we have a podcast as well. You know social media just trying to be an influence because it is hard and and i we with you that you know parents need to do it right. We can't change the directory of family and therefore a culture of therefore entire country. Absolutely right now since we're talking about. Celebrate cats how can they connect to you to find out how you can come teach at their church or speak at their church or an event. Yes thank you to celebrate. Kids dot com.

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"dr. kathy cook" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

The BreakPoint Podcast

05:41 min | 3 months ago

"dr. kathy cook" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

"We live in a confused and confusing age. Things once considered obviously true are now rejected. Things once considered unthinkable now thought to be unquestionable. How should a christian thank for the call center. I'm john stonestreet. This is break point. In the state of oregon high school graduates when now no longer have to demonstrate proficiency in reading writing or arithmetic the logic behind this suspension of the state standards according to the governor has to do with equity somehow. She missed that helping racial minorities by not giving them. Even the most basic tools for life is a different kind of bigotry altogether. One which andrew sullivan has called a bigotry of no expectations. And then there's the story of michaela kennedy cuomo announcing to the world that she's moved beyond identifying as a homosexual and bisexual and even beyond pan sexual to now demi sexual meaning that she's only attracted to those with whom she shares an emotional bond the need to publicize each and every stop on a journey of identity. Tourism is an odd feature of our day. The idea that every feeling attraction or preference is in and of itself and identity a tragic feature of our day and in case. Anyone thinks we've reached the bottom of this slippery slope. A tick tock video has now resurfaced from last fall in which a young woman passionately explains what may be next instead of identifying his he or she many now claim the words kitty pup bonnie self as pronouns. In other words we may soon see chosen identities that transcend species not just gender. My friend dr. Kathy cooks at a recent event. Our first response in all of this should be tears not anger. It's true of course that many of the victims of self inflicted bad ideas but it's also true that we live in a cultural moment in which even medical schools denied the basics of biology. How sad for a young person to feel so distant from their own bodies they'd rather be called a rabbit than a human but to be clear are crisis is not merely a moral one. It's a cosmological one in epistemological one and other words. We've not just lost the ability to know right from wrong. We've lost the ability to know to know what's real what's true. What's false and the ancient world. It was much simpler. There were authorities civic and religious that would announce what was good and true. You were told these berries are good. The water from that spring will make you sick. Your people came from this place and therefore you worship these gods. In other words people came to know the world primarily by the trusted and accumulated wisdom of those who had lived before a major shift emerged a few hundred years ago i in the west and then elsewhere as people began to question the knowledge that they had been given the growing sense of distrust in revealed wisdom grew alongside a greater confidence in what could be learned through reason and science reason not only offered a critique of revelation and tradition but a compelling replacement for it however along with material comforts this human centered approach to knowledge brought along new and oppressive ideologies on a societal level. We saw state-sponsored evils unleashed under the banners of progress in the common good on a personal level though the clinical beliefs of the enlightenment made life easier. it left it emptier. The arts and social sciences in particular took a hedonistic turn truth claims built on human reason alone just proved inadequate for human needs when the postmodern shaft which we now live downstream from suspicion and doubt are just the only things we can trust skeptical not only of authority but also the objective of human reason and underlying and permeating skepticism. Now dominates the search for knowledge. Truth is subjective. It's found within created by and for each of us individually. We imagine ourselves to be free thinkers free from the constraints governing authorities free from tyranny of tradition free from anyone else's expectations even free to imagine that reality conforms to our imaginations and fantasies. Even though it doesn't underlying this brief epistemological history of western civ is a very basic reality without god. True knowledge is impossible without god. Certainty loses skepticism. Truth devolves into power. Objectively cannot escape subjectivity philosopher. Richard wordy put it this way quote. I came to realize that the search of the philosophers for grand scheme that would encompass everything was an illusion because only a theism that combined a god with equal measures of truth. Love and justice could do the trick. Now i know what you're thinking. I know that god. But rory had already dismissed the possibility of god and so that made any real attempt at discovering truth a dead in but a thousand years ago anselm of canterbury offered a way forward suggesting that the pursuit of truth could best be understood as quote faith seeking understanding a christian worldview acknowledges the frailty of the human mind but still grounds knowledge in the eternal unchanging nature of god outside of us and a god even better who communicates and this vision. Our limitations are best understood not as dead ends but as invitations to ask questions and to seek answers from the one who has them. Christianity offers something far better than the dead tradition of ancient days than the arrogant ideology. The modern era then the socially constructed tales of our postmodern time. What it offers is the true description of the world as it really is as the true self revelation of an omniscient god who not only loves us but he wants us to know for the colson center. I'm john stonestreet with breakpoint..

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"dr. kathy cook" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

The BreakPoint Podcast

05:52 min | 4 months ago

"dr. kathy cook" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

"I'd entity tourism will never give people what they're looking for but it does give christians an incredible opportunity for the call center. I'm john stonestreet this break point earlier this month. Michaela kennedy cuomo daughter of new york governor andrew cuomo announced that she now identifies as demi sexual as she described in the interview. Her journey has gone from identifying straight to identifying as bisexual to identifying his pan sexual to now finally demi sexual that latest identification refers to someone who sexually attracted to people with whom they first formed in emotional attachment. Now that kind of i want it to be special approach to sexual intimacy is really nothing new. In fact i think it was the plot of almost every teen coming of age movie in the eighties and nineties and on one hand reattaching sexual behavior to emotional. Attachment is quite an improvement over the no strings. Attached hookup approach or the digital replacement of porn addiction on the other hand however considering an emotional attachment as a way of expressing and therefore identifying oneself rather than as a measure of relational maturity. Well that's not an improvement at all. It's just another way of doing expressive individualism. Not to mention the only way to be a demi sexual in good standing with all the other identification. These days requires that one not prefer male or female and their emotional and sexual connection. So it's not exactly accurate to think of this whole demi sexual thing as the return of pretty in pink now. Look it's difficult to keep up with all the new identification and all the rules that govern them someone recently suggested perhaps we should just change this. Acronym to lgbtq tb a and then be done with it after. All no sexual behavior was considered a category iv identity until quite recently. Now all of them are and that's a move that ensures that none of them can be considered wrong. A natural or immoral the essential points here to understand about this whole discussion about sexuality is this first sexuality is no longer seen as behavior in our culture but as identity in other words rather than something we do. Sexuality is now who we are second who we are is considered fluid not fixed so a journey through the acronym like michaela's is considered self-discovery not a crisis increasingly education and social forces are pushing the on. This journey in the whole culture is cheering them along. Now all of this might seem nonsensical even observable wrong to the rest of us but it is widely assumed as true and normal. What christians must understand is. What's happening and then be prepared to respond. If we are to love god in our neighbors in this cultural moment this will involve at the very least being ready to tell the truth. Anything less than that is not a way of loving the victims of our cultures. Worst ideas we also must be prepared to offer the far better vision of identity love sex and friendship that's only found in the christian accounting of reality to not offer. The better way of the gospel would be both heartless and foolish because not only. Do we have a better story to tell but the timing now is right in this late chapter of the sexual revolution. The cultures exhausting itself. And all of us with it in this perpetual fight against reality in other words. There's a grand opportunity right in front of us right now. For example the growing rift between the letters of the sexual orientation acronym particularly between the els. And the ts will prove to be irreconcilable while the teas attempt to silence any and all descend from absolute gender fluidity many of the l. Still think that bodies and biology matters. The growing tension is leading some members of the lgbtq community to try to cancel others now. Of course that's the only way forward for those who have learned even if subconsciously there ideological rules of engagement from critical theory. You see the only way in this way of thinking to advance. Ideas is through power not through argument. It's great if you're on the strong side of the issue but not so much if you're on the other side and in the ensuing chaos. The church is going to have ample opportunity for victim care and we can also take place in this whole conversation as a voice of reason. My friend dr. kathy cook off a note. Just how ridiculous. It is to ask a grade school kid. Who's not sexually active. What their sexual orientation is while the culture treats sexual orientation like race in the end all conversation about everything. The church has this opportunity to help a child. Unlock who god is made them to be. And now he has uniquely created them in his image. It's far more compelling all of this inject some stability and two students who live in a culture that offers none and it also injects god into the conversation that's a critical point encountering the rise in suicide among young people. This my friend dr. Matthew sleep is argued the single greatest determining factor of suicide success even among those who experience suicidal idealization is whether or not the person believes that god exists or not. Cs lewis outlines in the four loves the biblical understanding of love are simply better than anything currently on offer and the written into the very fabric of our lives. These loves point is to hire questions of meaning and purpose and provide answers and are beautiful when described and win embodied. Look i pray that miss kennedy cuomo will find what she's looking for. She'll never find it through identity tourism. Maybe a christian in her life can point her to a better way for the colson center on john. Stonestreet with breakpoint..

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"dr. kathy cook" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

The BreakPoint Podcast

05:05 min | 4 months ago

"dr. kathy cook" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

"God when he saw all that he had made said that it was very good. The cost center. I'm john stonestreet with breakpoint. No a lot of christians miss that when we say god is good. He's good all the time that that means what he made was also good and that if we really believe that we have to believe something about ourselves those of us who don't like the way that we look how tall we are the depth of our voice or a million other details that go into what makes us us we can forget that when god created humans in his own image. He proclaimed to be very good recently at the wilberforce weekend. My good friend. Dr kathy cook the founder and president of celebrate kids reminded us about the goodness of our creator and what that means in terms of the enduring beauty of his creation. And what that means in terms of who we see ourselves to be. It's a particularly poignant point at a time and place where so many kids are taught to hate who they are either by academia or social media either by those telling than they were born in the wrong bodies. Are those telling them. They're just not tall enough or good looking enough. This was my favorite talks from the entire weekend of the wilberforce weekend conference because it spoke to the goodness of god's creation so here's a portion of the talk by dr kathy cook at the recent wilberforce weekend. So i'm kathy. Cook celebrate kids space here in fort worth. And i wanna talk with you about how god made us good. I think god is good. And god is good creator and if children and teens and adults don't know that then it doesn't matter to them that they're created in this image someone thirty nine thirteen and fourteen declares that we have been formed by god in our inward parts. It says in psalm. One thirty nine thirteen that father. God knitted us together in our mothers. We'll knitting is a precise skill. The knitter knows before starting what he is making or you'd better not start because otherwise we have a mittens scarf hat. Afghan sweater thing and it has no purpose at all the size of the stitch the size of the needle. The color of the yard and the design of the creation is known before the knitter begins. Do we praise god. because we're fearfully made we stand off ourselves now. We're not god but it's the same fear in the old testament is fear. God we would have this awesome respect for the creation who we are and we're wonderfully made where unique. No one is like us. Oh praise guy and then it says wonderful are your works and then the verse that revolutionize my understanding of god's intent is the end of someone thirty nine fourteen david rights on behalf of god. My soul knows it very well. My soul knows very well. That i have a wonderful work of the creative attentive dot fearfully and wonderfully creation made in his image. I have tremendous empathy for young people who live in confusion in a chaotic it messy culture. I believe with an awful lot in me. That if i was young today being called sir. I might wonder if i was supposed to be a boy. I have empathy for the teenagers and the young adults. We are privileged. Celebrate kids to talk with who do not believe they were created good. They do not believe in a good creator. They don't understand the image of god in and it's not their fault. We have generations of young people trying to change what they should not try to change in their unwilling to work on the things they could work on because frankly the adults around them are weak. Dot is good therefore he made me. Because i made in his image and he is fully good dot. So there's gotta be something here and i choose to not see it as wrong. I don't see it as a mistake in a challenge. Sometimes i'm surrounded by great people. And i'm loved well by god who nobody misdoing even people who love me deeply and without that i would question so much. So i'm not a tile cat with a low voice who can't spell all that well mess of a person i am. I am of god and his good. What's your story. what's your story. And what story are we helping. Young people who we love live. That was my friend. Dr kathy cook founder and president of celebrate kids and one of the best speakers that i know reminding us that when god created us good that has serious implications about how we see ourselves now. Of course we know that even what is good. In god's creation was impacted by the fall and that was also covered during the wilberforce weekend. And that's also something we'll continue to talk about. But the catch the entire. Talk by dr kathy cook as well as every session on this theme of the image of god what we call the image restored. Visit.

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"dr. kathy cook" Discussed on Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution!

Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution!

07:51 min | 5 months ago

"dr. kathy cook" Discussed on Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution!

"Them and you would say like i talked to the mops maugham's about you know. I know you're mad. You're so mad. You can't have an ice cream cone right now and then to say but you're gonna be okay and there will be more ice cream in your future but for that kid before i say the but i let them go. I'm mad. i'm really mad because it gives them a chance to explain that and then for my kids. We did not have a timeout area. In our home we had calmed down step and we had things like pin wheels and bubbles in squishy balls. Things that really. It was a time for them to pray and ask god to help them. With whatever feeling they were feeling and fact. That was the big thing we had on the issue. Open the box. It said ascott. You know because that they could read those three two three letter words and then to begin to work through that but we wanna look to those physical symptoms you know obviously if they throw themselves down on the ground you know you've either. You may not have mad though. You may have so scared. They're overwhelmed especially kids with sensory issues. You will see that maybe the tags the sound and the smell i. I'm living in a house with two of those and it. It's amazing what they get. In fact the best thing about cova when my husband bought it is he could not spell smell. And i could cook whatever i wanted to take great. The garlic could run rampant. He wouldn't care because normally he's like what's that smell anyway. So we want to look at these nickel sations and not only the ones where they're throwing. Maybe a tantrum are they which wine completely and not doing as much talking. I ask my kids all the time. Who have you talked to today. Who have you interacted with a specialist. Our kids get older. Some that goes on i. I never thought i'd be telling my kid. Just get facetime and talk to her friend. If you told me a decade ago that would have been my response in lessons. Only kevin i say. But we've made some adaptations there. But i wanna know who are you talking to what he's talking about. Sometimes kids have a hard time talking about their own worries in this especially there will defensive as they get to be in high school so i asked him whether your friends worried about. 'cause that's the conversation. Sure happy with their friends. Okay then we wanna look at sleep too. So i love to ask my kids. What did you dream about last night. Did you fall asleep easily. Did you stay asleep. How you know how was your night. And that's a great way to find that out because when sleep is becoming erupted. That's another sign that we may need like a supplements like magnesium. I give my kids by museum at night. If they're having some trouble with that and i am not a medical doctor but as long as they're not taking out the things i do have a training in integrative nutrition for mental health and that is just a really easy thing that can reduce anxiety for all of us. Don't overdo it or you'll hear about the low. But yeah and then i also asked them to. I like i'll watch their eating and you don't want to over like watch it. But what i i love what dr kathy cook says about being a student of your chai and yang sharia s- about them so i notice. Oh now don't forget. I'm an eating disorder specialist. And just let me say. Don't freak out if your child gets a couple of meals or eat some really huge meals because our kids like they round out and then they shoot up and then they round out and then they shoot up so i tell parents unless your pediatrician is expressing concern about their physical health and their their. Bmi is a term. We're gonna use medically. They're probably in an okay. Sound that an even when they do they just say things like one of the things i notice with covid is my kids started spending more time in the pantry so i just asked him when they wanted to snack. Could you get this out of the fridge. And that way. I knew they were getting like string. Cheese or yogurt or fruit or vegetable or something like that that they weren't just constantly pinot seizing carbs. Yeah which we have to admit. I mean i did a lot of that too in fact i told my daughter like we have this thing with house. Could he's going on that like Tell like my my has she got to put the he's up he's you're buying could beat out. I'm like the cookie dough is what's really going on here because i keep on kitchen saying not gonna and do so we do seek Soothing themselves with fayed or something. Like that and i wanted to normalize in caution a very common coping skill in our country right now and that's destruction 'cause when i go and speak to women's groups around the country and i say you know during covid nineteen who's eat more carbs than they usually do. There's a lot of people standing up. But when i say who's benched a series the whole room saul step. Kids are daming. Parents are watching. We're all trying to distract ourselves from the worrisome tomorrow. And as long as it's moderated a distraction is a healthy thing. It's part of dialectical behavioral therapy that we use the counseling office but if it becomes compulsive you spend more of your life living in the distracted world than in the actual world enjoying it and interacting with people and being present. In your circumstances it's become a problem for you and i think we're all connected after readjust that little bit. Yeah because i think i've noticed. A lot of parents have struggled with productivity because they are wanting to escape their anxiety right now right right. This is such good stuff. We're out of time for this episode but to let's come back on wednesday because you threw out a bunch of stuff that i want to go back to and and have you dig a little bit deeper in those things so Thank you so much michelle. Tell me where we can find out more about you and your counseling ministry and what you do your health coach dot com as much easier to spell the michelle nigger dot com okay. I need the air and also leaden chair stop me is where the devotion for girls that so appropriately came out in september Cherish because if we can remind our kids of how loved they are in the hope that they have in scripture. I think it will really help. They experienced kind of the rejection of our world. And also just the world view that you're valued based on your performance fans your appearance and how other people perceive you instead of a biblical worldview where you're really really your identity comes from. Who created you to be the for. Yeah awesome okay great. So we're and we're gonna talk about More about loved and cherished thank you so much michelle for being with us. Today we will be back on wednesday to talk more about this. You guys please share this with your friends and family. If you have friends who are home-schooling especially with a topic like this that all of us are dealing with different struggles with our kids in different emotions at this is a fantastic resource for them. So be sure to show this podcast. Also if you have not yet signed up for newsletter please go to school house rock dot com and be sure to sign up for our newsletter. You can get even more encouragement from us that way. We will be back on wednesday. Thank you have a great rest of your day and we must see then by every year parents just like you are discovering classical conversations of vibrant supportive christian homeschooling program. That's been equipping parents. Since nineteen ninety-seven with the resources tools. Guidance and encouragement. They need to homeschool their children with confidence and prepare them for a lifetime of success. 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"dr. kathy cook" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

The BreakPoint Podcast

05:03 min | 6 months ago

"dr. kathy cook" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

"Gone when he saw all that he had made said that it was very good call center. I'm john stonestreet with breakpoint christians. Mass that when we say god is good. He's good all the time that that means what he made was also good and that if we really believe that we have to believe something about ourselves those of us who don't like the way that we look or how tall we are the depth of our voice or a million other details go into what makes us us we can forget that when god created humans in his own image. He proclaimed into be very good recently at wilberforce weekend. My good friend. Dr kathy cook the founder and president of celebrate kids reminded us about the goodness of our creator and what that means in terms of the enduring beauty of his creation. And what that means in terms of who we see ourselves to be. It's a particularly poignant point in time and place were so many kids are taught to hate who they are either by academia or social media either by those telling than they were born in the wrong bodies. Are those telling them. They're just not tall enough or good looking enough. This was my favorite talks from the entire weekend of the wilberforce weekend conference because it spoke to the goodness of god's creation so here's a portion of the talk by dr kathy cook at the recent wilberforce weekend. So i'm kathy. Cook celebrate kids space here in fort worth. And i wanna talk with you about how god made us good. I think god is good and god is a good creator and if children and teens and adults stone then it doesn't matter to them that they're created in this image some one thirty nine thirteen and fourteen declares that we have been formed by god in our inward hearts. It says in psalm. One thirty nine thirteen that father. God knitted us together in our mothers. We'll knitting precise skill. The knitter knows before starting what he is making better not start because otherwise we have a scarf hat. Afghan sweater thing and it has no purpose at all the size of the stitch the size of the needle. The color of the yard and the design of the creation is known before the knitter begins. Do we praise god. because we're fearfully made standing ov ourselves now. We're not god but it's the same. Fear of the old testament is fear. God that we would have this awesome respect for the creation who we are and we're wonderfully made were unique. No one like us. Praise guy and then it says wonderful are your works. And then the verse that revolutionize. My understanding of god's creative intent is the end of someone twenty nine verse fourteen with david rights on behalf of god. My soul knows it very well. My soul knows very well. That i have a wonderful work of the creative attentive got a fearfully and wonderfully creation made in his image. I have tremendous empathy for young people who live in confusion in a chaotic it messy culture. I believe with an awful lot in me. That if i was young today in called sir i might wonder if i was supposed to be a boy. I have empathy for the teenagers and the young adults. We are privileged. Celebrate kids to talk with who do not believe they were created good. They do not believe in a good creative. They don't understand the image of god and it's not their fault. We have generations of young people trying to change. They should not try to change in their unwilling to work on the things they could work on because frankly the adults around them are week. Dot is good therefore he made me. Because i made in his image and he is a fully good god. So there's gotta be something here and i choose to not see it as wrong. I don't see it as a mistake in this challenge. Sometimes i'm surrounded by great people and i'm loved well by god. Nobody misdoing even people who love me deeply and without that i would question so much so i've not to talk with a low voice who can't spell that well mess of a person. I am who. I am created in the image of god and he is good. What's your story. what's your story. And what story are we helping. Young people who we love live. That was my friend. Dr kathy cook founder and president of celebrate kids and one of the best speakers that i know reminding us that when god created us good that has serious implications about how we see ourselves now. Of course we know that. Even what is good. And god's creation was impacted by the fall and that was also covered during the wilberforce weekend. And that's also something we'll continue to talk about. But the catch the entire. Talk by dr kathy cook as well as every session on this theme of the image of god what we call the.

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"dr. kathy cook" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"dr. kathy cook" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"A very loud message. Indeed. I'm Albert Mohler. Public policy got peppered I dot edu. I've had pictures smart and music my Children say to me Talk to Kathy. I knew I was talented and creative and artistic, but I didn't know I was smart. We're all smart in our own way. And Dr Kathy Cook discusses how knowing your strengths can improve yourself Esteem on today's focus on the family minute, it changes their whole perspective on the gift teens and on They're tomorrow's. I've had people. Smart Children raised her hand to say I can make my dad said yes. When he should have said No. And then there's tears as they recognize that a strength Has been used in a negative way. I've had self smart Children and self smart moms and dads come to me and go now. I understand why I have to isolate sometime. I'm so smart and I need time and it is okay. I no longer feel like I'm a slow thinker on the reflective person. Identity controls, behavior and language is powerful, and this gives life to people more from Dr Cook at family minute dot org's It all started with a grilled cheese sandwich. Two simple pieces of bread some butter on a slice of American cheese. But after making it day after day week after week, I hungered for more Colby provolone Gouda, But Buddha wasn't good enough. I wanted great, I added tomatoes, pickles, jalape O see if I could birth this gooey work of art in my tiny, modest kitchen. Imagine what I could do in a gourmet chef's kitchen. So I called the first bank about loaning me some extra cheddar. Now I had the matchy skill and a superior grill. Equal housing lender member F D I C Hey,.

"dr. kathy cook" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"dr. kathy cook" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"Government institutions and clash for hours with security forces. You responded with tear gas and rubber bullets. More of these stories, a townhall dot com Patrick Pause. I've had pictures, smart and music my Children say to me, Dr Cathy. I knew I was talented and creative and artistic. But I didn't know I was smart. We're all smart in our own way. And Dr Kathy Cook discusses how knowing your strengths can improve your self esteem. On today's focus on the family minute. It changes their whole perspective on the gift teens and on their tomorrows. I've had people smart Children raised her hand to say I can make my dad said yes. When he should have said No. And then there's tears as they recognized that Strength has been used in a negative way. Well, I've had self smart Children and self smart moms and dads come to me and go now I understand why I have to isolate sometime. I'm self smart, and I need time. And it is okay. I no longer feel like I'm a slow thinker on a reflective person. Identity controls, behavior and language is powerful, and this gives life to people more from Dr Cook at family minute dot org's Our fathers brought forth upon this continent. A new nation conceived in liberty and dedicated.

"dr. kathy cook" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"dr. kathy cook" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Government institutions and clash for hours with security forces. You responded with tear gas and rubber bullets. More of these stories, a townhall dot com Patrick Pause. I've had pictures, smart and music my Children say to me, Dr Cathy. I knew I was talented and creative and artistic. But I didn't know I was smart. We're all smart in our own way. And Dr Kathy Cook discusses how knowing your strengths can improve your self esteem. On today's focus on the family minute. It changes their whole perspective on the gift teens and on their tomorrows. I've had people smart Children raised her hand to say I can make my dad said yes. When he should have said No. And then there's tears as they recognized that Strength has been used in a negative way. While I've had self smart Children and self smart moms and dads come to me and go now I understand why I have to isolate sometime. I'm self smart, and I need time and it is okay. I no longer feel like I'm a slow thinker on a reflective person. Identity controls, behavior and language is powerful, and this gives life to people more from Dr Cook at family minute dot org's Our fathers brought forth upon this continent. A new nation conceived in liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal. I know not what course others may take. But for me give me that The world will little note nor long remember what we say here but it can never forget. What they did here. What your country can do for you what you can do for your country. Mr. Gorbachev, Tear.

"dr. kathy cook" Discussed on Mom Inspired Show with Amber Sandberg

Mom Inspired Show with Amber Sandberg

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"dr. kathy cook" Discussed on Mom Inspired Show with Amber Sandberg

"You guys so today we are going to do week two of the replays of some of my favorite episodes about parenting so today we're GonNa talk about screen time and Dr Kathy Cook wrote a book called Screens Teens but we're not gonna just talking about teenagers. We are going to be talking about younger kids too so if you know moms that are having a hard time because it's summertime and they're just like. I don't know how to keep them off the screens. I don't know what to do to keep I'm busy. Make sure to share this episode with them and if you missed last week we're talking about. Birds M._p.'s so unloading you guys up with all these fun you know topics to tackle all during the summer but one thing that I really liked about Kathy when when she was on last time it's just talking about how we can can connect again with our kids and a wireless world and I think that is so key and she just has some good tips for us so I hope it inspires you to just think a little bit more on how to navigate the whole screen time world and I totally get it like I mean my Kids Watch T._V.. They like Netflix and all that kind of stuff so I'm here to say like you should never have it but I just think it's good good to hear a different perspective and so I hope you guys really enjoyed the show he guys before you jump in the show. I WanNa give you guys an update on my whole weight loss journey. If you've been listening to the shows for the past month or two too I had a an update on with using lean with Amanda Albert and I'm trying to do that every month to two months because not everybody listens to every episode and I'm going to actually do several episodes on my whole. All we aus- Journey I think in the fall but until then I'm just trying to use the intro did just kinda. Give people some updates and stuff like that because I know when I was trying to figure out what was the best thing that I needed you for myself. I wanted to hear what other people people were doing if they were successful at it and so if this is you I want you just to know Kinda my journey and if you guys don't need to lose weight. If you're someone who's like I don't I don't need us and whatever Kudos to you but think about somebody that you might know that WHO's struggling and maybe they can't get that weight off from having their second third fourth kit whatever it is and they just don't feel like themselves so please think about that when you're hearing me talk if you don't need to lose weight and all that kind of stuff because I know this is not everyone's struggle so I kinda just want to do a little bit of update people have been coming up to me because they are starting to notice that I'm smaller and all that kind of stuff and just asking where it started and honestly it all started with man and I Apologize Lien Programme and so I didn't episode with her I did a series started with episode. One hundred twelve make sure to go listen to the series because she goes through everything in detail on how the program works white works and all that stuff she has a great job of doing that more than I could. Even tell you right now. In the short amount of time was even better as Amanda gives mom inspired show listeners and exclusive discount of twenty dollars off where.

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"dr. kathy cook" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"dr. kathy cook" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"This is John McCullough cruise hearing. If you ever think you might have a slight hearing problem chances. Are you do, but knowing you have a problem and actually measuring exactly what that problem is two different things the friendly staff? Accrues hearing knows you don't really want to be there for the first time. And they are also aware you didn't come in to get hammered by some hard selling salesperson when you go to cruise hearing. You'll get all the information you need to make a decision. It may not happen on just one trip or to you may need to wear devices for a few days to compare the sounds and qualities of various brands if you wanna take them home. There's no deposit required. Just an understanding that whatever decision you make. It's your decision. And before you get taken by an offer that seems too good to be true. Remember this a hearing care professional needs to see your ear before recommending anything. This is not one size fits all. And you wouldn't want it. If it were it all starts with a phone call. No one wants to make I say just do it. Eight seven seven four or five six to seven eight nine that's eight seven seven four five six crews. Farmington hills are Taylor locations. Eight seven seven four five six seven eight nine and please tell them John McCullough sent Democrat Packer fan used to live there. So the Packers are playing the bears and the chil leaders are there and everybody's cheering. But when the beer's are dominate thirty one points at the beginning of the fourth quarter, the beers cheerleaders are no longer chewing y. They're still there so smiling and they're still building the pyramid. But they've changed the cheer you want to encourage your child. But when they don't succeed, you may not know what to do Dr Kathy. Cook has this suggestion on focus on the family, man. You have to change the cheer. You have got to stop saying to your child. You can do it. If you have no evidence that can. Because that robs the child of any home. In the heart of the Pierre. Does that they would succeed. But you guys it's not about your need for them to succeed. It's about who are your children. Change the chair. Some great advice to change your cheer to give your child the hope and encouragement they need, especially when failure sets in hear more from Dr Kathy.

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"dr. kathy cook" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"dr. kathy cook" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Pakistan used to live there. So the Packers are playing the bears and the chillers are there and everybody's cheering. But when the beer's dominate thirty one points at the beginning of the fourth quarter, the beers cheerleaders are no longer two in V I C T O R Y. They're still there. They're still smiling. And they're still building a pyramid. But they've changed the cheer you want to encourage your child. But when they don't succeed, you may not know what to do Dr Kathy. Cook has this suggestion on focus on the family, man. You have to change the cheer. You have got to stop saying to your child. You can do it. If you have no evidence that can because that robs the child of any home in the heart of the PR does that they would succeed. But you guys it's not about your need for them to succeed. It's about who are your children. Change the chair. Some great advice to change your cheer to give your child the hope and encouragement they need, especially when fill your sets in hear more from Dr Kathy at family minute dot org. America. We have a country to say now, here's Larry elder. Good morning. Dr elder hardest working man in radio at night. Libertarian the latest propaganda from the commedia how long president from boom last, and I just couldn't stop laughing. So loud. The question for eight years under Obama.

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"dr. kathy cook" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"dr. kathy cook" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Experience has made it easy for me to take care of my hearing problem, and today's technology is actually made me enjoy it. And now with the cruise ten day test drive, you can take home brand new hearing aids and test them out on your everyday life. There is no commitment obligation or deposit required. No catch. No gimmicks. And at the end of the test drive, you may decide whether to invest in your quality of life or simply return them educate yourself. Get the correct information. Now that I have my hearing corrected at cruise hearing. I can't believe how much I was missing. The first step though is a phone call to cruise hearing eight seven seven four five six crews, just one phone number and two locations Farmington hills and Taylor I say just do it. Eight seven seven four five six crews that's eight seven seven four five six two seven eight nine and please tell. M John McCullough sent you. It's spending time with them one on one and asking questions on a regular basis on the bad days in a good days about what are your interests, and what are your passions? Do you know your children, this is focused on the family minute in Dr Kathy cook offers a few ways to start to really get to know them, and even taking notes and have any kids say, why did you write that down? Because I want to remember that you're interested right now in that. So if I run across an idea related to that as I'm out and about I wanna capture that idea for you. So we can talk about it more. I love knowing that about you. So I think it's good questions. And it's also letting them ask us questions. So it's not an interrogation, but it's the family dynamic do we know each other and dad when you were my age, what did you do in your spare time, Brian we available to their questions? So that they also get to know us be intentional about getting to know your child. More encouragement from Dr Kathy at family minute dot org. You're listening to America's first with Dr Jean. Yes, indeed,.

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"dr. kathy cook" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"dr. kathy cook" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

"We are a nonprofit organization, and we rely on your gifts to provide these radio programs. The video such as the comedy night, our staff counselors and other marriage resources to truly help people stay together. I think it's one of the most important things we can do in the culture today is strengthened Christian marriages when you give us a gift of any amount. We'll send you the date night challenge. Comedy addition DVD as our web, saying thank you and welcome to our marriage building team. You're part of it. Reach out to us today. Generous friends of this ministry are offering to double your gift today. Day by matching dollar for dollar at this critical time of year. So please give us a call or you can donate online and our number is eight hundred a family eight hundred two three to six four five nine or you can make that donation and request the DVD at focus on the family dot com slash radio of you've been enjoying our best of two thousand and sixteen radio programs. You'll definitely want to get the collection of CDs or audio downloads. Which includes today's message and interviews with Alan Lisa Robertson of duck dynasty about their troubled marriage and how God intervened Lisa turkeys, Kathy lip and other great guests joined us, and it's a great collection free to have on your shelf. Listen again with a friend or to pass on to someone who needs a little marriage, your parenting tuneup. Well, have a great weekend and be sure to tune in on Monday as we continue our top programs of the year. Dr Kathy cook explains. How important it is to discover and cultivate, your child's unique gifts that's on the next focus on the family as we once again help you and your family thrive..

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