kids

Erica Campbell and GRIFF talk about recognizing & protecting their kids from dysfunction.

In GRIFF's Prayer, GRIFF explains why kids don't want a dog like that think they do.

In GRIFF's Prayer, GRIFF acknowledges that parents say the same things over and over.

In this Ericaism, Erica Campbell is glad she taught her children to pray.

Holly Robinson Peete has become a major player in the fight for equal treatment for autistic children.

In this edition of the Ericaism, Erica Campbell talks about being grateful for the tough love she received from her parents. She hasn’t always felt that way, however. Erica explains that she, like many of us, often felt like her parents were being unfair. But as an adult, she understands exactly how tough love functions […]

Dr. Steve Perry is a former principal of Capital Preparatory Magnet School in Hartford Connecticut, a school that sees 100% of its predominantly low-income students off to four year institutions. Dr. Steve Perry is revolutionizing education in America. He says it is a blessing when you have the opportunity to help a child discover who […]

For this Get Up Poll, Erica Campbell and GRIFF ask listeners this important question: when is the right time to send your kids out of the house and into the world? In a time when even the vast majority of recent college graduates move back home, the answer to such a question is certainly not […]

In this edition of GRIFF’s Prayer, GRIFF was inspired by Erica Campbell‘s thoughts  about “the good stuff.” He launches into a prayer of gratitude for the “good stuff,” reminiscing about the simpler times, when imagination was employed in order to create things to play with as kids. He talks about these simpler times in contrast […]

In this edition of GRIFF’s Prayer, GRIFF comes to God in a “grateful spirit” now that school has started and the kids are out of the house and in their classrooms! He laments about his house full of children and empty of food over the summer, and how much he looks forward to the days […]

In this edition of Joy Living, Erica Campbell talks about how people often mislabel joy. While it is a synonym for happiness, it doesn’t necessarily mean all smiles and rainbows. Joy is also strength. “Your circumstance should not dictate your level of joy,” Erica says. She tells an adorable story about her four-year-old daughter, Zaya, […]

Sports

LeBron James recently signed a three year $100 million contract with the Cleveland Cavaliers.  What is one of the first things you would do, if you had that kind of money?  Well, if you’re LeBron James, then you would take 5,000 kids to Cedar Point. Apparently the trip was all part of James’ Wheels for Education program […]