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Adopted For Life

Adopted for Life is a manifesto calling Christians to adopt children and to equip Christian families going through the process. Offers biblical foundations for adoption and identifies adoption as a Great Commission priority.

Adoption Groups Counter 'Orphan' Horror Film

Adoption advocates are rallying to speak up for the world's orphans in light of an upcoming Warner Brothers horror film that depicts a young adopted orphan girl as a murderer.

Cultivate Relationships in the Middle of Motherhood’s Chaos

Becoming a mom changes your life in ways that significantly affect all of your relationships – with God, yourself, and every other person in your life...

Raising a Family 'Of Different Minds'

Maren Angelotti talks with about parenting kids with -- and without -- learning differences in a way that makes sure nobody is overlooked.

The Importance of Family Meals

How often does your family have dinner together?

10 Things Parents Need to Know about Kids and Divorce

The TV show Jon and Kate Plus 8 has pushed the topic of kids and divorce into the news. I understand the subject only too well because I was 8 years old when my parents divorced...

Facing the Summer with a Troubled Teen

Are you facing a summer full of storms from a teenager whose behavior has become rebellious and out of control?

We Believe in Miracles – And CPR

Sometimes miracles aren’t as simple as they look. Sometimes they depend on decisions we’ve made before, and whether we listened to the still, small voice.

So, Your Child Is Asking for a Cell Phone?

Your child is asking for a cell phone. But how do you know if she is ready for her own phone? And how do you know if you are ready for her to have one?

  • Rebecca Ingram Powell |
  • July 01, 2009 |
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Jon and Kate, Get Your Facts Straight

We have heard that line — “the kids will be better off” — a thousand times. But the sad truth is that divorce does not necessarily better the lives of children.

  • Drs. Beverly and Tom Rodgers |
  • July 01, 2009 |
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Parenting Again

More than 2.4 million grandparents are raising their grandchildren, according to the 2000 U.S. Census. It is hard to get one’s mind wrapped around this global epidemic being caused by divorce, teenage pregnancy, drugs, alcohol addiction, incarceration, lack of responsibility of one or both parents or mental illness.

Bribing Excellence: When Incentive Replaces Virtue

Across the country, school systems are paying children to do better in school. Both inside and outside the classroom, striving for virtue is being replaced by monetary incentives.

Dealing With Teen Anger

Anger in your teenager can take on many faces. It can be a seething anger kept quietly below the surface, or a tidal wave unleashed on everyone around them.

When Parenting Feels Lonely

Instead of overflowing with a sense of fulfillment at the opportunity to be at home with my child, I found myself missing my job, craving adult conversation, and even fantasizing about my care-free life before I was a mom...

Online Predators: Separating Fact and Fiction

To help parents get a handle on the issue of online predators, the following is an attempt to separate fact from fiction as it applies to behaviors of online predators.

Father's Day Prescription for Drifting Dads, Wounded Children

The Bible has something for everyone when it comes to the subject of fatherhood...

Here's to You, Faithful Fathers

Having lost my father at an early age, I didn’t know the worth of a father – not until I could see it up close and personal in the joyful well-being of my daughters who are growing up with one now.

A Day at the Races: What Good Dads Do

When my cool-looking gold car with the neat racing stripes came in dead last, I was shocked and crushed. My dad, very handy at building and fixing things, found me moping on the sidelines. "Come with me," he said...

Taming Tween Divas: Relearning Temperance

"Generation Divas" are tween girls who are becoming obsessed with hair, make-up, clothing, and body image at earlier and earlier ages. Why?

Honoring Fatherhood

As a wife and mother of two young men who are being raised in an anti-male culture that spews the mantra of radical feminism, I'd like to say a few words to America's dads: We need you.

Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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