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Movies: Choosing Wisely and Raising Kids Who Will Too

When it comes to some issues - drugs, alcohol, destructive relationships - you can create strict boundaries. But issues like movie choices are an area where we are not doing our teens any favors by making arbitrary decisions...

10 Tips to Prepare for the 2009 Holiday Season

This year, the stress and anxiety level is likely to be amplified. With this in mind, here are ten tips I believe can be helpful in getting ready for an enjoyable, meaningful holiday season in 2009.

The Lure of the Vampire: An Interview with Kimberly Powers

The eternal attraction to Edward Cullen begs the question - just what is it about these books that captivates the hearts of so many girls? Author Kimberly Powers talks about the longing inside every woman.

Carrie Prejean, Sexting, and a Lost Generation

As Carrie Prejean continues to suffer, grow up, fall and stand back up in front of the entire world, parents should discuss with our own children the many truths that Carrie's drama reveals...

  • Rebecca Hagelin |
  • November 20, 2009 |
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Teach With An Eye On Eternity

We want our children to succeed in life and be responsible citizens, but what good have we done if their souls are lost in the process? Our highest goal is to prepare them for eternity.

God Cares for You While You Care for Your Aging Parents

When you look beyond your challenges as a caregiver to the God who cares for you, you can experience joy even in the middle of a tough situation...

A Mother’s Prayer

Watching families at Ft. Hood lose their loved ones this past week was difficult. Yet, the Bible is full of promises for parents, and we can trust God with our children even when faced with difficult times.

Parents, Teens and Sex

Recently I asked a beautiful teenage girl who is very bold about her stance for purity what motivates her to hold her ground. She said simply, "My sense of morality, which is based on my faith and the values my mother and father have taught me." Parents, you are a huge influence on your teens...

  • Rebecca Hagelin |
  • November 09, 2009 |
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How Do I Stop Losing it With My Kids?

Dinner is late again, and the living room looks like a failed disaster relief effort. You ask your son to put away his part of the mess, but he ignores you...

  • William P. Smith, M.Div., Ph.D. |
  • November 06, 2009 |
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Are You Parenting with Faith?

Whenever I look ahead I tend to get fearful. Doubts arise and questions pepper my thoughts. How will I ever afford college? How will I be able to weather those teenage struggles?

  • Sharon Beth Brani |
  • November 03, 2009 |
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Of Marshmallows and Wise Money Management

Would you like to raise your children to be wise money managers? Teach them to be two-marshmallow kids...

Handling Social Media With Your Kids

Social media has become part of the fabric of American youth culture. Here are some of my thoughts on handling social media in your home.

  • Jim Burns, Ph.D. |
  • October 28, 2009 |
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Never Give Up Parenting a Difficult Teen

You may right now be thinking, "I've been pushing against this wall forever…I just can't do it anymore." But let me encourage you to never give up…keep parenting, even when the going with your troubled teen gets toughest...

Tolerance Gone Wild

What evidence more strongly proves the dangerous folly of moral relativism than young people who can't distinguish between learning to "tolerate" what they merely "dislike" and recognizing what is, on its face, evil?

Where the Wild Things Aren’t

Some Christians are all exercised about the fact that Where the Wild Things Are might be too frightening for children. They're wrong. The movie tames the wild things too much...

Conquering Your Fears

While I enjoy dressing up my baby girl and taking her to the church carnival, I don't enjoy Halloween. I don't like to be afraid...

Parents, Obey Your Children?

The most explicitly subversive literature is often presented to the very youngest among us -- our children. Far too many parents seem not to notice.

Dr. John Rosemond on Disciplining Your Child Successfully

If you're struggling to get your kids to behave well, there's hope. Dr. John Rosemond's book The Well-Behaved Child offers practical ways parents can discipline kids successfully.

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