Wife & the Two Kiddos + The One on the Way

What “Scientology: Age of Answers” Means to a Scientologist Parent

During the big game, or in the time thereafter, you may have come across the Scientology: Age of Answers ad, or any of the various media that followed it. ¬† I thought I would offer my perspective on what this means from a practical perspective, viewed through the lens of an average, everyday Scientologist parent […]

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Successes from Application – Successfully Raising Children & Having a Happy Baby Courses

Parents do the best they can in raising their kids, but most find that it’s a trial-and-error proposition.¬† How should parents raise children so that they develop self-determinism and initiative and make constructive decisions? Available in any Church of Scientology are courses which help answer these questions, and give sound principles by which you can […]

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Sunday School at the Mission of Lake Oswego

Sunday schools have had a long tradition over the last few hundred years,¬†allowing a place for¬†parents to augment their children’s education¬†with¬†philosophical and religious lessons that aren’t normally taught in school. ¬† When the newly-opened Scientology Mission of Lake Oswego¬†in our area started offering a Sunday School for children, we brought our kids over to give […]

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Communication Skill: The Importance of Handling an Origination

It’s been my opinion that¬†good communication skill is one of the most vital facets of what makes up being a successful parent. ¬† And it’s more than just “knowing how to listen”, it also includes skill at¬†handling¬†originations. In this context, “origination” is meant¬†something voluntarily done or said by someone, concerning¬†themselves, their reactions, feelings or difficulties. […]

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Should Comparative Religion Be Taught to Our Children in School?

After the post I wrote last week on Respecting Families of Other Religions, I got to thinking about how the entire subject of religion is approached in schools. In the USA, our Constitution guarantees a separateness of Church and State, such that one religion cannot be established as a State Religion, and thereby forced down […]

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