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Build Great Relationships with Your Adult Children

If you learn how to relate to your adult children as respected friends, you can build great relationships with them that can last for the rest of your lives.

How to Raise Wise Money Managers

Every child has their own financial personality. Three of our children are savers. Two are spenders. Of course, they take after both my husband and me, who sit at opposite ends of the spending/saving spectrum ourselves...

Promises, Promises: New Year’s Resolutions for Life

Why not make a New Year's resolution that builds your relationships?

The Call of the Wild: Safe Kids vs. Strong Kids

Protecting our kids makes sense in the very early years of childhood, but kids need a lot of real life practice well before they head out into the cultural jungle on their own....

God Has a Mission for Your Family

God’s call to reach lost people with the Gospel is for all believers – adults and children alike. Answering God’s call to focus your family outward can bless each of you as you all bless others...

Joseph: Adoptive Faithful Father of Jesus Christ

As an adoptive parent my curiosity in the character of Joseph is great. Did he ever wonder? Did he ever feel inadequate? Did he ever gaze into the night sky wondering how he would do it?

  • Sharon Beth Brani |
  • December 25, 2010 |
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Mary: A Model of Strength for Mothers

It wasn’t until I became a mother that I realized part of the miracle of Christmas was Mary’s own quiet strength...

  • Jeannine Norris |
  • December 23, 2010 |
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How to Instill Humility in Your Children

Humility is one of the rarest of all character traits - and the most desperately needed. Here are some ways we can encourage this character trait in our kids...

The Pressure to be Popular

Recently, while chatting with a few moms who regularly gather to pray, we agreed that there is a lot of pressure to be popular in our culture. But we weren’t talking about the students! We were bemoaning our lack of popularity for not agreeing with current trends...

  • Becky Tirabassi |
  • December 19, 2010 |
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Single Moms: Turn to Your Heavenly Father

You're not just a parent; you're also a child whose heavenly Father wants you to pay attention to the girl inside your soul...

Ten Books for the Christmas Season

There is something truly magical about Christmas stories. So, this holiday season don't miss the chance to share a family moment with these ten wonderful books.

The Dangerous Worlds of Analog Parents with Digital Teens

Parents cannot be spectators in the lives of their children, but should set rules, establish expectations, enforce limitations, and constantly monitor their teenagers’ digital lives. Anything less is a form of parental negligence.

Connect with Your Young Adult this Christmas

As kids head to college or marry and begin families, sometimes the holidays can become a source of stress or tension for the family.

  • Bill and Pam Farrel |
  • December 10, 2010 |
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Gifts of Three for Christmas

The year I found a bag full of wrapped presents hidden four days after Christmas, I knew we were going overboard with the gift-giving...

Releasing Your Child’s Learning Potentials

Bringing up a child is like watching a continuously unfolding miracle – as long as we can turn off that nagging inclination to say “Stop!” and tune into the learning potentials God has built into his little creations...

The Myth of the Experts

A new mom, my friend found herself drowning in marketing materials from unsolicited experts of every kind. It started even before her daughter was born, Doulas, childbirth educators, lactation consultants, parenting coaches, home organizers and child experts—my friend thinks she doesn't stand a chance if she doesn't read/use all of them...

  • Rebecca Hagelin |
  • December 06, 2010 |
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Six Keys to Good Fathering

What do kids need from dad? The following are six keys to strive towards while raising your kids...

Embarking on a Voyage of the Dawn Treader: Four Virtues of Advent

The season of Advent presents a perfect opportunity to re-find, reflect on, and teach virtues. And, C. S. Lewis' book The Voyage of the Dawn Treader presents us with an entertaining story to see and discuss characters with challenges much like our own...

  • Dr. Gina Burkart |
  • December 03, 2010 |
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Five Points to Teaching Good Manners

If a child struggles with a particular behavior, use a sticker chart to acknowledge and reward his progress...

  • Carol J. Alexander |
  • December 03, 2010 |
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Find Peace During Holiday Turmoil

I could've taken two possible approaches this December. There was the woe-is-me/bah-humbug approach, where I would decide to not put up Christmas decorations and curl up in a ball until sometime in mid-January...

  • Elisabeth K. Corcoran |
  • December 01, 2010 |
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