The coronavirus and Wayne's return from Oklahoma start off this podcast, until the get to a new term being thrown around—lawnmower parents. These parents are way more aggressive than the "helicopter" parents you may have heard of and, they will go to whatever lengths necessary to prevent their child from facing any adversity, struggle, or failure. Is that a good thing. What happens to adults who have never learned as children to face adversity or anxiety head-on and overcome it? Wayne's daughter, Julie, joins him for this fascinating romp through the latest fad in parenting as they consider the question of whether it is loving to let your children face a struggle you could prevent. The implications of this go way beyond parenting to how we view God. If we think our struggles are proof that God doesn't love us or care about us, we'll be sorely disillusioned as we navigate our way through a broken world.