In this seminar Dr. James Wanliss—homeschool father, college professor, and space physicist—asks a simple question: How should we entertain our children? Entertainment wastes time and goods and wastes our minds when not used productively. Time is first consumed in thinking, planning, and talking about it. Then more time, as well as wealth, is taken up in actually doing it. At some point all parents have to cope with children complaining that they are bored. In frustration or exhaustion, parents may be tempted to offer their children entertainment recommended by the world. But the problem is that worldly entertainment invariably fosters self-indulgence and strengthens a rebellious will. Drawing from biblical examples and personal experience, James shows how parents can create appetites in their children to encourage them to hunger and thirst after righteousness instead.