“Small actions on our part as parents can lead to huge spiritual differences in our family.” -Justin Earley
Justin Whitmel Earley is a lawyer, author, husband, and father of 4 boys. He holds a law degree from Georgetown University Law Center and a degree in English Literature from the University of Virginia. He runs his business law practice under the Earley Legal Group. Justin frequently speaks at businesses, churches, and conferences on habits, technology, and mental health.
Key takeaways Justin elaborates on:
- His book, Habits of the Household – Practicing the Story of God in Everyday Family Rhythms, can be a tool for your family to incorporate God into your everyday busy lives.
- Developing simple habits in daily moments can help families find meaning beyond work or social media.
- The many benefits of incorporating habits of waking, which are habits that you form right when you wake up, such as devotional time or saying a prayer.
- How addressing your instincts in moments of discipline, such as using pause prayers, which are little prayers you say when you are about to discipline your children, can be helpful when parenting.
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