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Are You Watching Over Your Children?

It’s my job as a mother to equip my kids to handle life as best as they can, even when it comes to the really tough issues.

  • Elisabeth Klein |
  • September 30, 2014 |
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3 Core Values to Teach Your Kids

We pray three core values over our children: learning, leadership, and the love of God.

Finding the Treasure in Your Child

Ever feel at the end of yourself as a parent? Yeah, me too!

3 Ways to Instill a Code of Honor in Your Kids

The Personal Conduct Policy of a Christian is to love (for real), hate what is evil, and outdo each other in showing honor.

  • Brent Rinehart |
  • September 23, 2014 |
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Should Parents Have Children of a Different Skin Color?

My prayer is that as my children grow up, they will be so rooted in Christ that they’ll never question whether they belong.

3 Ways to Go From Single Mom to Step-Mom

I’ve been a stepmom for twenty-three years, so I’ve walked the road. If remarriage is in your future, check out these tips.

Are You Giving Your Kids Too Much Screen Time?

Young children grow by discovering their world – a real three-dimensional world – not a flat screen of pixels.

  • Arlene Pellicane |
  • September 16, 2014 |
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How Do I Allow Myself to Change as My Children Change?
How Do I Allow Myself to Change as My Children Change?

There are different stages of parenting-- Nicole shares how different parenting strategies needed through various stages of raising kids.

Battling Loneliness as a Single Mom

When loneliness calls...

  • Jennifer Maggio |
  • September 11, 2014 |
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10 Ways to Celebrate Milestones in Your Child's Life

It’s important to celebrate milestones in your child’s life. Here are some rite of passage ideas for your family to use!

  • Pam and Bill Farrel |
  • September 09, 2014 |
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5 Ways to Encourage Your Kids When Grandpa Has Alzheimer’s

“We’re all part of the same family. Whether times are easy or tough, we need to have ‘togetherness’ times."

4 Ways to Let Go of Regret

Have you ever done something that looking back you think: How could I have done that?

Are College Students Keeping the Faith on Campus?

Students at secular schools face challenges that can invigorate or smother their faith.

8 Questions to Ask About Technology and Your Child's Brain

Today’s child is surrounded by tablets, flat screen TVs, mobile phones, and computers. What's going on in their brains?

5 Opportunities God Gives to Single Parents

I’ve been a single mom for five years now, and am struggling with Paul's assessment of singleness being a good thing.

10 Dangerous Video Games Your Teen Might be Playing

“Just one more level!” they plead. You know where your kids are. But do you know what they’re playing?

8 Things I'm Telling My Daughter on Her First Day of School

While I know you can't really read yet, there are a few things I want to put down in writing before you launch into uncharted territory.

Thoughts on Sending my Daughter to College

Something is shifting in me. Despite the bubble-world I’ve tried to wrap around my kids, now I want to whisper: “Go do anything.”

5 Myths about Public School You Should Stop Believing

We all know the stories of atheist professors and religious persecution, but how much of it is really true?

6 Ways to Help Your Kids Deal with Hypocrisy in the Church

All of us parents sometimes fail to model faith in action well to our kids, despite our best intentions.

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