Monthly challenges can be great fun. They help us improve our lives one little step at a time. Great changes take little bits of work over time. So I am pleased to bring you a month of ideas to help you improve your Torah parenting skills. I am excited to hone myself during the month of November, and I hope you will join me. Please take a little time to do the project each day and share your experiences with the rest of us each day. Some projects are fun, some are a little more serious. Enjoy!

Day 20 ~ Learn about the concept of honor.

Dr. Frank Seekins has done a wonderful audio teaching on honor. You can download it here.

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  1. G’Day! Torahfamilyliving,
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