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Connecting with Your Teen

Parents may not feel that they have much to offer the younger generation in terms of relationship, nor do they think they have anything in common to talk about. But just the opposite is true.

To Halloween or Not to Halloween?

Contrary to popular belief, the most prevalent emotion of the Halloween season is not fear -- it’s guilt.

Steering Teens Away from a Fascination with Darkness

Teens often look at spirituality differently than their parents, and unfortunately, their poorly defined spirituality makes them vulnerable to things like witchcraft and the occult.

In Shelterwood, Troubled Teens Find Refuge

It's hard to find Christ-centered resources for parents whose young adults had spun out of control. That's one reason I was so encouraged to learn about a ministry called Shelterwood.

Save Your Family from Spiritual Indifference

"I don't take my children to church," the young woman said. "I'll let them choose for themselves what to believe in, when they're older." Her casual approach to her children's religious involvement will surely affect her children's lives...

  • Rebecca Hagelin |
  • September 24, 2010 |
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Autism and Agape: What My Daughter Taught Me

The greatest lesson I’ve learned in life, I learned from my daughter, Emily, and her autistic son, Max. She tells the story in the book Dancing with Max.

Denial to Healing: A Mother’s Journey Through Learning Disabilities

With the teacher's words "severe learning disabilities" ringing in her head, Anna Buck pulled her daughter from the school and began the long journey from denial, to advocate, to healer.

  • Paula Moldenhauer |
  • September 16, 2010 |
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Teaching Kids How to be Forces for Good

Mindful of the stark contrast between the media-hungry Koran-burners and the quiet, persevering heroes of 9-11, what should we teach our children about the power of example? Three things come to mind.

  • Rebecca Hagelin |
  • September 14, 2010 |
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Family Comes Together on Steven Curtis Chapman's New Tour

Steven Curtis Chapman and his family are embarking on a 34-city tour, billed as "A Night with the Chapmans." Steven will play some of his most memorable music from the last two decades, his wife Mary Beth will share from the pages of her new book, and his sons' band Caleb will rock the house with their unique blend of alt-rock.

The Changing Role of Parents during the College Years

Of course a parent's role must change, but the parental role is still important, and I can attest to the fact that it can be as meaningful, memorable, and significant in the college days and into adulthood as it was during all the previous stages of your child's life...

  • Janice Shaw Crouse, Ph.D. |
  • September 08, 2010 |
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Five Sunday Strategies for Mompreneurs

As a mom and an entrepreneur, taking a day off is not in my nature. But keeping holy the Sabbath day is actually a habit that helps me recharge and prepare for the week to come. Here are five simple strategies I use to make the most of my weekly day of rest.

  • Theresa Ceniccola |
  • September 08, 2010 |
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Teaching Kids to Love God: From Theory to Practice

What do we need to do on a regular basis to nurture an all-out love for God in our children? Here is what we’ve developed for our eight kids - this approach may work for your family, too.

  • David & Kelli Pritchard |
  • September 06, 2010 |
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Hypocrite Proofing the Home

Recently, a friend called. Her son had begun asking difficult math questions. She called me because she knew I could relate—like her, I also have an age discrepancy between my wedding date and my child’s birth.

  • Jenefer Igarashi |
  • September 03, 2010 |
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10 Things Every Teenager Needs to Know About Their Parents

Face it -- you are stuck with us, at least for the next few years! And avoiding spending time with us, rejecting our hugs, and refusing to talk is not going to change that. So in the interest of peace and harmony, I am going to share a few things with you that you probably don't know in the hopes that they may help you to better tolerate us.

  • Deborah J. Thompson |
  • September 01, 2010 |
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God Hears Mothers' Long Distance Prayers

Letting go has never been easy for me. My son joining the military only compounded my fears. I struggled. I cried...

Focusing on the Good

I tend to see the frustrating things in my kids. The things I think need changing. The things that I'm mad at myself for not being more consistent about...

  • Elisabeth K. Corcoran |
  • August 27, 2010 |
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College-Bound: Turning Your Child Over to the Campus Culture

On most college campuses, the prevailing orthodoxy opposes both Christian values and conservative principles. Be wise and consider course offerings, dorm environment, and the intangibles of the college experience.

Gagging on Gaga

While her preoccupation with violence, sexual promiscuity and exhibitionism may be her path to fame, they are also a symptom of a hungry, sad and unsatisfied soul.

How The Music Industry Sexualizes Children

Every twelve-year-old knows Rihanna. And Katy Perry and Lady Gaga. Do you?

“But He's a Good Kid…”

It’s hard for parents in pain to recognize and admit that who our children used to be is not who they are now. Many of our adult children are emotionally, intellectually, psychologically, socially, and spiritually stunted...

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