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Make the First Thanksgiving Real to Your Children

Thanksgiving was a uniquely inspired Christian celebration. Here are ways parents can pass the true story on to their children.

Can America's Schools Be Fixed or Do We Abandon Them? (Part I)

The untold history of the establishment of schools across America shows how far we've strayed from the original vision of education.

  • Dr. Karen Gushta |
  • November 02, 2011 |
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Fighting for Family Dinners

Would you do anything — anything — to protect your children from harm? Then get cooking.

Four Ways to Honor Teens and Teach Them to Honor Others

We want our teens to strive towards God-honoring behavior in their lives, and one way to do this is to demonstrate honor through our relationships with them.

  • Drs. Gary and Greg Smalley |
  • October 28, 2011 |
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Parenting Children during a Divorce

It was hard on me as a kid when my parents got divorced. It could be for this very reason that I’m so concerned about my own kids during this time.

Halloween's Sexualized Celebrations

Halloween costume options for pre-teen girls and teens are becoming hyper-sexualized. Why encourage young girls to masquerade as sexually available young adults?

What to Do When Your Teen Seems Like a Stranger

If your teen seems like a stranger, he or she doesn’t have to remain that way.

Don't Be a Ravioli Parent

Because its easier or perhaps out of fear, we often avoid messy situations, to the detriment of our kids.

Why We Must Talk about Faith at Home

Parents are more than an initial launch pad for their kids’ journeys; they continue to shape them as ongoing companions and guides.

  • Dr. Kara E. Powell |
  • October 17, 2011 |
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The Stress and Strain of Being Supermom

A new study shows that “supermoms” who believe they can juggle children, home, husband, career and volunteer work perfectly end up more depressed than other moms.

A Tricky Holiday: Should Christians Ignore or Embrace Halloween?

It’s that time of the year when the world—or at least the United States—seems to embrace the dark side of Halloween revelry.

Five Questions to Ask Your Future Son-in-Law

John Croyle, head of the Big Oak Ranch for abandoned, abused and neglected children, shares the five questions he poses to young men who want to marry the young women in his care.

  • Deborah J. Thompson |
  • October 12, 2011 |
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In Defense of Disney Princesses

My daughters all struggle with the bad images that our culture sends women, but chief among these is not the Disney princess.

  • John Mark Reynolds |
  • October 11, 2011 |
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The End of the "Why"s Guys

When "because I said so" is great news.

Conversations Moms Should Have with Their Sons

Your motherly guidance and encouragement is vital for your son as he grows from a boy into a man.

Chores? Or Acts of Service?

We model at home what it looks like to live in this world as Christ followers.

  • Dr. Michelle Anthony |
  • October 04, 2011 |
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Like Father, Like Son: Confronting Generational Sins

Our families have the greatest influence on our development, including the development of our patterns of sin.

  • Michael Mangis |
  • September 30, 2011 |
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What the Amish Can Teach Us about Family Life

Amish people rarely divorce, report that they enjoy spending time together, and often see their children choose to remain faithful to Christ. What can we learn from them?

  • Whitney Hopler |
  • September 29, 2011 |
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Sexual Purity Starts at Seven

I have to hold myself back every time a grandma leans in to her pig-tailed granddaughter and teasingly asks her, “So, do you have a boyfriend?”

The Under Protective Parent

There is much talk in our day about avoiding being “over protective,” but little to no talk on being “under protective.”

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • September 23, 2011 |
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