This week we were invited to give a talk at a local Church in which we shared our respective views of marriage growing up and how those views changed after we got married. Then we also contrasted society’s vision for marriage with God’s vision of marriage and in the end explained how marriage is God’s gift not just to us as husband and wife, but to the world around us.
When we think of education most of us think about teaching school subjects, but there are many more important things to living a good life. Someone might be excellent at math, but be a horrible person. This is why we have chosen to homeschool our kids, because we believe that as parents we want to have the best chance at instilling values in our children.
“The aim of education is the knowledge not of facts but of values.” William Ralph Inge
Our values, not the values of the government, the schools, the teachers. We have a responsibility as parents to teach our children values. In this episode of LIVE with the Joneses! we discuss the values that have been lost in our society and share some ideas about how we can get them back.
Too many married couples these days, out of ignorance, use birth control to prevent pregnancy. It’s the cause of so many problems in marriage and as we believe prevents a husband and wife from truly giving themselves to each other. In this interview we talk with our friend and fellow YouTuber Jady Alvarez about something we are both passionate believers and practicers of, namely, Natural Family Planning.
On this episode we bring the whole family along! We unbox a package that just got in the mail—one we have been eagerly anticipating. And we play a game that Johana has been dying to play called Speak Out.
“Joy is found not in finishing an activity but in doing it.” Greg Anderson
When it comes to marriage have you ever asked yourself if it ever gets better? This week’s quote is actually from a friend of ours Pat McNeil, he and his wife Kay are very much involved in Catholic Engaged Encounter. When someone asked he and his wife if things ever get better as you progress in your marriage his response was…
“It doesn’t get better, it just gets different.”Pat McNeil
For the past year we’ve had our ups and downs when it comes to homeschooling our two young boys. It hasn’t been easy, but we’re committed to it and we’ve seen the benefits it’s had on our children and our family. In this episode we discuss the challenges we’ve faced and the blessings we’ve received in our homeschooling experience.