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Should I Send My Child to Public School?

Public, private, or home school? David and Kelli Pritchard wrestled with this momentous decision for each of their children and discovered that seeking the Lord in prayer was the most important step...

  • David & Kelli Pritchard |
  • July 23, 2008 |
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A Call to Holiness

What if the reason our young generation doesn’t espouse to higher standards is because few parents and leaders have the courage or conviction to live “less popular” lives in front of them?

Savior in a Bottle: Kids and Cholesterol

If the prospect of commercials featuring child actors hawking cholesterol-reducing drugs seems outlandish, it should not come as a surprise...

Raise Unselfish Children in a Self-Absorbed World

By giving children the message that their lives are all about their own fulfillment, parents could prevent them from discovering true fulfillment. Here's how you can raise givers instead of takers.

Free Advice for the College Bound

Our Daniels

Daniel made the choice to keep himself pure. We, too, can raise the standard and raise a godly next generation.

Spotting and Repelling Adult Predators

Most kids are not separated at gunpoint or knifepoint; rather they are lured away by those who earn trust in dishonest ways. Here are some ways to safeguard kids...

My Daddy’s Name is Donor?

Reproductive technologies bring moral risk -- and the more procreation is abstracted from marriage and the marital act, the greater the risk and responsibility.

Isolated Teens: Time to Knock Down the Walls

Today, teenagers can go through days, if not weeks, without ever spending meaningful time with adults. Yet young adults desperately need the input, modeling, molding, and love of older adults at this critical stage of life...

Another Chilling Precedent: A Court Undermines a Parent

A Canadian judge ruled that a 12-year-old girl was "excessively" punished when her father told her she could not go on a school camping trip because she had broken rules for use of the Internet...

Raising Kids of Character: Lessons from Tiger Woods' Dad, Earl

You’ve seen those Sports Dads -- the completely fanatic dad who focuses on creating the perfect prodigy. But in raising a son toward unparalleled success in golf and in life, Earl Woods was decidedly different…

Does 'Equal Parenting' Work?

Those committed to the "equal parenting" movement share a simple assumption: "Gender should not determine the division of labor at home." Yet even those families who adhere to this belief don't live it out...

Praying for Your Children from Scripture

What better way to love your children than to pray regularly for them? If you don't know where to begin praying for your children or grandchildren, flip open your Bible...

Dads...Want To Leave A Legacy? Affirm Your Children

The first step to leaving a positive legacy is to love your wife. Even if that is no longer an option for you, another way to redeem the father/child relationship can be found in Paul's letter to the Church at Colossae...

Why We Run from the Father

  • Whitney Von Lake Hopler |
  • June 12, 2008 |
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Adventures in Discipline with Jon & Kate Plus Eight

How does a family with four-year-old sextuples and seven-year-old twins maintain order and teach their kids self-control? In the most recent episode of John & Kate Plus Eight, parental unit Jon and Kate Gosselin discussed their modus operandi when it comes to the discipline of their brood....

Grieving the Loss of a Child

The recent tragedy that struck the Steven Curtis Chapman home brought this issue to the forefront of our minds. As the Chapman's grieve and piece their lives back together, thousands of other couples are experiencing similar tragedies. How can families come through the other side of a child's death?

Candid Observations of the 'MySpace Generation'

In 2006, I spent 40 days visiting 23 college campuses in 11 states as a prayer leader. Here's what I found: hundreds of struggling, “nice, Christian kids from great families” desperate for spiritual wisdom and guidance...

Allowing Kids the Benefit of the Struggle

So often, we misinterpret our kids' frustration as a plea to intervene on their behalf. But if we can quell the storm within us as parents and allow our kids to experience the learning process, the payoff is precious indeed!

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