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September 6, 2013
by Paul Tautges
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Sample Contracts for ‘Twixters,’ ‘Kippers’ and ‘Boomerang Kids’

“Social scientists have noticed that more young adults (those between eighteen and thirty years old) are putting off the responsibilities of adulthood. Adultolescence is the term that best describes this postponement of adulthood into the thirties. This phase is characterized … Continue reading

August 8, 2013
by Paul Tautges
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A Story of God’s Grace and the Freedom of Forgiveness

I didn’t begin to understand the gospel until the summer before my twenty-first birthday. Although I had attended church from time to time in my childhood, I’ll admit that it never really transformed me in any significant way. I was … Continue reading

August 6, 2013
by Paul Tautges
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8 Means to Reaching God-Honoring Goals in Parenting

Jim Newheiser and Elyse Fitzpatrick have contributed a significant resource to the wealth of literature currently available to Christian parents. In their excellent book, You Never Stop Being a Parent: Thriving in Relationship with Your Adult Children, they provide sound, … Continue reading

March 8, 2013
by Paul Tautges
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Interview with Elyse Fitzpatrick

Welcome to the fifth installment of Counseling One Another’s feature Journey to Biblical Counseling. Here, I interview various pastors, teachers, trainers, authors, and leaders in the biblical counseling movement. What led them to biblical counseling? What were some of the influences the … Continue reading

June 18, 2012
by Paul Tautges
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Nuggets [6/18/12]

20 Quotes from Father Hunger – Tony Reinke shares his collection of quotes that caught his attention in the reading of Doug Wilson’s latest book. Should Elders Ever Walk Away? – A common question is “When should I end a … Continue reading