Monthly Archives: December 2012

Wright’s Law – a must see mini documentary

Recently I came across a instructive and moving story about a high school physics teacher, Jeffery Wright. One of his former students put the film together in an attempt to describe the man, his teaching style, but more importantly his … Continue reading

Self Control and the Marshmallow Test

40 years ago researchers conducted a simple but brilliant test on children for self control and delayed gratification. A demonstration of the test can be seen here. A Time magazine summary of the implications of the marshmellow test. Essentially researchers … Continue reading

A Picture to Ponder This Christmas Season

Click here to open a new window and read Dr. Wenzel’s latest parenting column in the Sandy Post

Congo

They say a picture is worth a thousand words and I saw one the day after Thanksgiving that I have not been able to get out of my head. It is of a young man, maybe 20 (give or take … Continue reading

Congo

They say a picture is worth a thousand words and I saw one the day after Thanksgiving that I have not been able to get out of my head. It is of a young man, maybe 20 (give or take … Continue reading

Parenting Tips

Read Dr. Wenzels latest
Parenting Column linked in "Our Blog" and
featured in the Portland Tribune, the Sandy Post and the Gresham Outlook.

Next Speaking Engagement

Don't miss our next speaking engagement on June 9th and 10th.
Dr. David Wenzel will be teaching the Advanced Integration class at Western Seminary San Jose
.