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When Your Family's Lost a Loved One

In When Your Family’s Lost a Loved One, David and Nancy Guthrie explore the family dynamics involved when a loved one dies and debunk some myths about family grief. Read an excerpt from chapter one: “How Are You?”

  • David and Nancy Guthrie |
  • May 17, 2008 |
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Return to Narnia: Get Ready for Prince Caspian

Whether you are a parent introducing your kids to Narnia for the first time, or looking for an excuse to recapture the magical wonder of your own childhood, it is a good time to dust off a copy of Prince Caspian.

Motherhood in the Bible: A High Calling

The treatment of women in the Middle East today has left many with the impression that this is the way women were treated in biblical times. But is this true? How does the Bible really portray women, and more specifically, mothers?

  • Judy Bodmer & Larry Richards, Ph.D. |
  • May 09, 2008 |
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Reflections in the Mirror: Healing from Your Mother's Mistakes

Not everyone has a positive relationship with their mom. Jan Coates shares her own difficult childhood and gives insights on coming to terms with your parents' failings to become a healthy parent to your own children.

Every Mother’s a Working Mother

While motherhood can look easy, the irony is this: while lots of important people in important places conduct important business every day, the truly most important work in the world is going on at home, where the CEO is mommy...

In the "No" on Abstinence Education

Who could argue that, when it comes to sex education, our teenagers should be taught to say “no”? Considering what’s at stake -- and because we love them and want what’s best for them -- nothing short of a clear-cut abstinence message will do. But in the rarified air of a congressional hearing room, it’s another matter...

Parenting and Politics: Raising Responsible Voters

It's tempting to steer clear of political discussions with our kids, but this leaves children to figure it all out on their own. So we came up with three principles of politics to live by at our house.

Five Adventures to Strengthen Your Family Ties

Shared challenges will bond your family for life. Here are five ideas that will strengthen your family ties this spring and summer...

  • Peb Jackson and James Lund |
  • April 28, 2008 |
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Is There a War Against Fathers in America?

Albert Mohler recently interviewed Dr. Stephen Baskerville, professor at Patrick Henry College and author of the book, “Taken Into Custody: The War Against Fatherhood, Marriage and the Family.”

Whining: An American Epidemic

Children who whine in an attempt to get what they want lack healthy communication skills. So what's a parent to do?

Raising Thirsty Children

We may try to raise our kids, basically from birth, in a Christian environment. Even so, some go into rebellion. Where did we go wrong?

The Magic and Myth of 18

The Tempter is TV

Beyond lead in paints, crusaders look for any toxin or danger that might be found in the pajamas, furniture and toys that might be in a child's room. But it seems that many have missed a most obvious danger -- the presence of a television in a child's room.

  • R. Albert Mohler, Jr. |
  • April 16, 2008 |
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A Special Note for Single Parents

Single parents have all kinds of stories, all kinds of pressures, and all kinds of issues. How do you know if and when you are ready to date when you have kids to raise and the memory of a broken relationship to live with?

  • Bill and Pam Farrel |
  • April 14, 2008 |
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Author Offers Hope for Hurting Parents of Adult Children

Author Allison Bottke has written a heartrendingly honest tough-love book that not only exposes the truth of her own struggles with her beloved adult child, but also includes glimpses into the lives of others with similar experiences...

A Better Tomorrow for Today's Children

The breakdown of the traditional family has ushered in an era of lost and confused children. Turning the tide will require a comprehensive strategy. Regis Nicoll offers several ways the everyday Christian can do their part...

Instilling Courage in Our Kids

Courage, one of the four “cardinal virtues” (along with wisdom, temperance, and justice) is pivotal, because in order to possess any virtue, truly, a person must be able to sustain it in the face of difficulty...

Change Your Kids for the Better – Fast!

If your kids regularly frustrate you with their disrespect and rebellion, you may think you’re fighting a losing battle with them. In his book, Have a New Kid by Friday, Dr. Kevin Leman shares ways you can win their respect without a futile power struggle.

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