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Do Adopted Children Have More Problems?

The world is an uproar over an adoptive family in Tennessee who put their 7-year-old boy on an unaccompanied one-way flight back to Russia. It is good to understand the issues that surround adoption because understanding brings a family to a different response, a calmer approach to handling conflict...

Pray for Russia's Orphans

Every time I see what is going on in Russia, with the government calling for an immediate halt on American adoptions, I think about the orphanage where I first met my two oldest sons. Before my mind's eye are the faces of the children we couldn't adopt...

Phoebe Prince, South Hadley, and the Fruit of Sin

The bullying endured by a South Hadley teenager who subsequently killed herself shocked the nation. It shouldn’t have.

Parenting Super Hero or Not?

Counter to what some people might think, I find that the most irresponsible teens come from the most responsible parents...

Teaching Our Special Treasures to Cook

With a brother just seven months older, our adopted special son is well aware that there are so many things he is just not capable of at this point in his life. So, our family tries to help him learn how to do not only the things he needs to do but the things he desires to do.

Parent with the Real World in Mind

There's no magic formula you can use to make sure that your kids fare well in this fallen world. What matters most is for your kids to see you living for Jesus in a real way.

Boy Scouts of America: Still America's Best

Battling a culture that devalues civility in general and purposefully attacks tradition makes it seem impossible to teach our sons how to be gentlemen. Where can a parent go for help?

What Are Your Kids Thinking?

The other night while putting my eleven-year-old man-of-few-words to bed, I asked him, "How's your life going, bud?" What followed was an eye-opening conversation...

  • Elisabeth K. Corcoran |
  • April 02, 2010 |
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Are You a Worrier?

Tell me you can’t relate to this scenario. You talk to a woman who is in the middle of a trial. She testifies to God’s overwhelming and sustaining grace. But instead of praising God for His evident faithfulness, you begin to imagine yourself enduring her ordeal...

  • Carolyn Mahaney and Nicole Whitacre |
  • April 01, 2010 |
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Holy Week: Should Your Family Participate in a Passion Play?

The memories of participating in a Passion Play at our church has left a deep imprint on not only my life but also the life of my oldest daughter...

15 Ways to Observe Holy Week with Your Family

How can you honor this special time with your entire family? Barbara Curtis, mom of 12, offers some traditions...

How to Build a Healthy Relationship with Your Teen

Do you want to become your child's best friend? Of course you do! Unfortunately, prioritizing friendship over parental authority will actually weaken your relationship with your teen. Here's how you can strike a balance.

Children at Risk: The Cost of Splintered Family Life

Because America has become a land where divorce is rampant, "living together" is acceptable, out-of-wedlock births are common, and even the very definition of marriage is being redefined, America has created a generation of children at risk.

What's the Point of Prom?

Twilight and the Abstinence Attraction

Research shows that the reason teenage girls have fallen hard for the "Twilight" book and film series has to do with its portrayal of a traditional, abstinent romantic relationship.

Lessons From the Rescuers

Don't Be Blindsided by the Teen Years

When your child reaches the "tween" years, parenting can seem to smooth out and become easier, but those who have been through this stage might call it, "the calm before the storm."

Internet Safety 101

Last week a comprehensive new set of parental resources designed to keep kids safe in our high-tech world was unveiled by the non-profit organization, Enough Is Enough. This fabulous package of resources is called Internet Safety 101.

The Fruit of Hard Times

The devastation that I would've given anything to avoid years ago brought me my daughter and son, Sara and Jack...

  • Elisabeth K. Corcoran |
  • March 10, 2010 |
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Pitchers and Catchers Report - Will Dads?

I fear that the diminishing popularity of baseball in recent years has less to do with the sport and more to do with the diminishing popularity of intentional fatherhood in our culture.

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