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    • Nancy Wilson / "Baby Wild Films Presents: The Killer Whale People" (1999)

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      A Film by Michael Harris. Emmy Award-winner for "Outstanding Children and Youth Series or Special." Song by Ann Wilson, Nancy Wilson and Sue Ennis.

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      • Save Your Love For Me

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        Deborah Davis, singing "Save Your Love For Me", live at the Blue Note in Greenwich Village, NYC. This song was made famous by Cannonball Adderley and Nancy Wilson. This was one song from her annual concert to benefit leukemia. Fourteen years and counting! Performer: Deborah Davis & A Few Good Men Title: Save Your Love For Me (Buddy Johnson) This video is a great example of something we do a lot here at Rosegold Creative: shoot live music. We're equipped for multi-camera shoots, and we can record extremely high-quality stereo sound or pull a signal straight from the mixing board (as we do at the Blue Note). If you've got a show coming up in NYC, drop us a line via rosegoldcreative.com.

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        • Why Children Matter | 4th Q&A with Doug and Nancy

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          Q&A session for Doug Wilson's sermon "Why Children Matter" Doug and Nancy Wilson answer questions at Monday's Q&A session Christ Church – Moscow, ID Q&A for Sermon #1751 – A.D. Nov. 25 Text: Ephesians 6:4 Source Link: List of Questions from Q&A (with timestamp): CLICK ON THE TIME STAMP YOU WISH TO WATCH: 0:45 – Restitution should be as public as the sin was and as soon as possible. 4:34 – Having a united front as husband and wife. 9:00 – What are some examples when a father or mother with a secret sin can be giving covenantal permission for the kids to sin the same way even if the kids are not modeling an overt bad example. 12:50 – The problem is not the sin you committed ten years ago, the problem is always the sin you are committing right now. 17:54 – Let's say that your family has certain standards that are not shared with or on display with extended family, how do you process it when your kids are suddenly exposed to some cousin action that's nothing at all what they are used to? 20:23 – Your kids don't have to obey other random adults unless you have authorized them to do so (e.g. teachers, babysitters, etc.) 22:23 – Model for your children what you want them to be doing for you. 24:30 – What would you recommend for family worship at home? 28:50 – What is your guidance with one on one time with your kids? AKA Daddy dates 37:33 – How do you not bring your work home? 44:57 – How do you include your kids when you have another family over for dinner? 48:32 – Training your child to do what you say without questioning can come across as power tripping. (thoughts on Michael Pearl's book, “To Train up a Child”) 54:32 – How would you make a distinction between training your child to come and training them to sit still in church? Make training a game, not live ammo boot camp.

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          • Sermon: Why Children Matter #4 (1 Corinthians 11:1)

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            Sermon: Why Children Matter #4 (1 Cor. 11:1) Pastor Doug Wilson Christ Church -- Moscow, ID Sermon #1752 -- A.D. Dec. 1, 2013 Text: 1 Cor. 11:1 Source Link: http://www.canonwired.com/featured/1752/

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            • Why Children Matter | 3rd Q&A with Doug and Nancy

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              Q&A session for Doug Wilson's sermon "Why Children Matter" Doug and Nancy Wilson answer questions at Monday's Q&A session Christ Church – Moscow, ID Q&A for Sermon #1751 – A.D. Nov. 25 Text: Ephesians 6:4 Source Link: canonwired.com/featured/1751-qa/ List of Questions from Q&A (with timestamp): CLICK ON THE TIME STAMP YOU WISH TO WATCH: 00:57 – How do you tackle a child-rearing situation that has gotten away from you? 7:57 – What do you do if your child is flipping out? 11:59 – The mom needs to know that her husband is always backing her. 14:38 – Mr. Rogers. “I DON'T WANT TO BE YOUR NEIGHBOR!” 16:22 – Boys and Girls run on different kinds of emotional fuel. 28:27 – How do you deal with a child who is disciplined but takes a long time to get out of the sulks? 35:17 – How do you deal with children who are quick to quarrel with each other? 38:25 – What do you do if your children get into a quarrel and you don't know what happened? What if you have a strong hunch your child is lying to you? 43:14 – How would you encourage your children to delight in each others company? 44:56 – If you see something going wrong in someone's family, how do you know when you should say something or just keep silent? 49:49 – Because you have a window of opportunity with your kids as you raise them to be Godly Christians in your family, do your priorities shift and change as the concrete is beginning to set? 55:52 – How to avoid being defensive about how you educate your children when you are mostly surrounded by a community that has different education beliefs.

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              • Sermon: Why Children Matter #3 (Eph. 6:4)

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                Sermon: Why Children Matter #3 (Eph. 6:4) Pastor Doug Wilson Christ Church -- Moscow, ID Sermon #1751 -- A.D. Nov. 24 Text: Eph. 6:4 Source Link: http://www.canonwired.com/featured/1751/

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                • Why Children Matter | 2nd Q&A with Doug and Nancy

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                  Q&A session for Doug Wilson's sermon "Why Children Matter" Doug and Nancy Wilson answer questions at Monday's Q&A session Christ Church – Moscow, ID Q&A for Sermon #1750 – A.D. Nov. 18 Text: Deuteronomy 8:5 Source Link: canonwired.com/featured/1750-qa/ List of Questions from Q&A (with timestamp): CLICK ON THE TIME STAMP YOU WISH TO WATCH: 00:58 - You're not being disciplined for spilling the milk, you are being disciplined because I told you not to touch it. 4:54 - Disobedience can always expand at a more rapid rate than the rules. 8:46 - Keep life Simple. The whole point of disobedience from a child's perspective is control...who is going to run this house? Me or you? 11:33 - When you have to repeat yourself, it's not a sign of system failure. 14:49 - If you have a family by adoption and some kids come as newborns and some come as older children with an already established set of expectations, behavior patterns, habits, and so on...how do you adjust to that? 16:46 - What does discipline for the older children look like? 24:51 - You want to give older adopted kids a reasonable amount of time to adjust, but not so much time in the world that they feel entitled to take their sweet time 25:37 - What should you do if you have a negative reaction to the spanking (e.g. defiance, flipping out or 'that didn't hurt'/'bring it dad')? 29:05 - There is such a thing, obviously, as physical abuse of children and it is wicked. 30:43 - Using the right spanking implement. 32:37 - Proverbs says the rod is for the back of fools, not for the rear end of toddlers. 39:47 - How do you teach a young boy to sit still for extended periods of time and when do you start? 43:06 - God gave boys to families to fight dragons not to be dragons. 45:24 - Dealing with fussiness. Giving them opportunity to correct themselves. 48:44 - Giving your kids practice in dealing with fussing. Having them ask for it nicely the second time. 50:18 - How many chances do you give your child to correct themselves before it turns into inconsistency? 51:32 - The special zero tolerance “Reign of Terror” day. 55:54 - When your child walks the line 1:00:23 - The Liturgy of Spanking

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                  • Why Children Matter | 1st Q&A with Doug and Nancy

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                    Q&A session for Doug Wilson's sermon "Why Children Matter" Doug and Nancy Wilson answer questions at Monday's Q&A session Christ Church – Moscow, ID Q&A for Sermon #1748 – A.D. Nov. 3 Text: Ephesians 5:1; Zeph. 3:17 Source Link: http://www.canonwired.com/featured/1748-qa/ List of Questions from Q&A (with timestamp): CLICK ON THE TIME STAMP YOU WISH TO WATCH: 0:50 - Is there ever a good time to ask your child: “How do you think that makes me feel?” 1:53 - Is there ever a time to ask: “How do you think that makes her (your mom) feel?” 5:30 - Can a parent ever ask the question “How do you think that makes me or her feel?” effectively? 6:49 - Is there a way to use scripture effectively without embittering your children towards it? 8:16 – Is there a way to use scripture effectively without embittering your children towards it? 8:37 – How do you consistently discipline your child and at the same time show them liberty and freedom? 11:48 – How do you become a house of “Yes” without spoiling your children? 17:38 – Can using scripture to teach and admonish your children become abused or done wrongly? 24:10 – Can you talk about the steps you took to not take things personally when your children disobey? 27:03 – What steps did you take to both be on the same page when it came to disciplining your children? 32:13 – What should doing devotions as a young married couple look like? Doing devotions with your children? 36:14 – How involved should you be in your child's private devotions? 41:28 – How do you prioritize sins/issues to deal with when dad gets home? 46:40 – How does mom not be the dump truck when dad gets home? 48:35 – How do you apologize to your kids? Any thoughts on television for your kids? 54:45 – Is there a time and a place to not discipline your kids? 57:17 – What if your kids know what they did wrong and explained why they needed a spanking, but asked, “Can we not talk about it afterwards?”

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