Collaborate without boundaries

Can I Juggle?

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Okay, so I picked up the Love Dare for Parents and I want to give it a go. The issue is I normally only have my son on weekends. Well, that is about to change for the next month or so. I was thinking of trying to run the Love Dare and the Love Dare for Parents side by side. I know it is going to be hard, but it is the only real opportunity I have to run it with my son. Otherwise 40 days will take 140 Days.Also note, his mother would not be real open to the idea of me filling his life with Christ. She had religions, yes plural forced on her as a child and she is rebelling now against it. She knows I want to involve him in the church, but is not willing to give in yet. I know God needs to be first, I just can't go against her. She would take it to court and make an entire mess of the situation.

What do you think about this idea? Is it too much? Is it crazy of me? Do you like Tacos? Not sure where the last question came from.... Anyway, feedback is welcome!

  • I think it would be a great idea. 140 days is long but not imposable. Who knows your testimony may soften his mom's heart to it.

    Don't take my advice at face value, ask God for guidance and wisdom in this. I will be praying about it to, I have the other book also and have been wondering if it would be a good idea to try it myself, but with the climate of my situation I think it would be a good idea for me to wait.

  • I purchased both books at the same time.. I read the first two dares.... I felt a little overwhelmed doing two at the same time... we have 5 kids, three are from my husbands previous marriage , they are now living with their mom full time due to our city action. My husband gets them every other weekend, they do stay over with him only two days.. i know I can do the dare with just my two boys but I’m praying that God gives my husband And i for the opportunity to get to do it will all of them

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