- Being willing to change ideas or plans based on the cautions of one another.
- Being open to one another’s suggestions on how to improve home life.
- Welcoming family emergencies as opportunities to build character.
- Giving up activities that conflict with family priorities – without griping.
- Being willing to help a struggling student to understand a concept.
- Listening to the advice of others who may be able to share a more effective way to accomplish your task.
- Being open to changes in the order of service (Rather than – “But this is the way we’ve always done it…”).
- Ministering to other families in a time of crisis.
- Being willing to change plans or activities in deference to others who might be offended.