All posts by Tim Rabon, Jr.


Proverbs 22:9 – He that hath a bountiful eye shall be blessed; for he giveth of his bread to the poor.  Briton Nordemeyer, eight, of Brandon, South Dakota, wanted to help the children who had lost everything during Hurricane Katrina. So when Briton’s tooth fell out in the fall of 2005, she decided to donate … Read More


There is one thing about life that everyone can agree on: our days on this earth are limited. From the activities that we enjoy to the events that we are involved in, they are all bound by the limits of time. However, just as each of us are constrained by the limited time that we … Read More


Parenting: it can bring about so much joy, fulfillment, and blessing in life, yet it has the uncanny ability to couple those blessings with burdens. So many things are always on your personal to do list plus you must stack on top of those things the many responsibilities that being a parent adds to your … Read More


I just recently read a statistic that was very astonishing and eye opening to me regarding Christian families. The article stated this, “less than 10% of churchgoing families read the Bible together, pray together or worship together in the home.” I guess this really surprised me because family devotions is something that was always practiced … Read More


Welcome to Ocean Commotion! Every day, our kids are challenged to stand for God in their schools, among their friends, in our culture . . . no matter what. And they’re bombarded with the lie that God’s Word isn’t true when it talks about earthly things (rocks, fossils), so it can’t be trusted to tell the truth … Read More


All of us have been in a hospital room either with our own new born baby or visiting someone else who has just added a new member to their family. It is always a special time that brings out the best in the new parents. Each set of parents expresses their emotions and joy in … Read More


Proverbs 22:6 is a key verse in the Bible concerning child rearing. The first phrase in the verse says, “Train up a child in the way he should go.” That phrase literally translated from the Hebrew means to “initiate a child at the opening of his path.” Solomon, the wisest man to ever live, gives this advice … Read More