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Picking Up Pennies: Leave a Legacy of Financial Stewardship

One of the most important gifts we parents can give our kids is a legacy of good stewardship. No matter how dismissive your little bambinos are, don’t give up on the mission.

'Raising Dad' a Primer on the Importance of Father-Child Relationships

At first glance, Thom Rainer, president of LifeWay Christian Resources, looks like the shoo-in for father of the decade. But Rainer believes any accolades from his sons are filtered through lenses of mercy, grace and unconditional love...

  • Kelly Davis Shrout |
  • February 20, 2008 |
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Godly Grandparenting: Ways to Inspire Faith in Your Grandkids

As a grandparent, you play an important role in your grandchildren’s lives – so important, in fact, that your influence on them has eternal significance.

Use Valentine's Day To Teach God's Love

  • Andrea Chevalier |
  • February 13, 2008 |
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Motherhood: A Ministry of Love

Love was rarely seen in everyday life and culture in the Roman world; and gentle, sensitive, grace-energized love was to become a powerful witness in the culture of the first century. It's also a powerful witness today.

Cleaning Up The Media Clutter In Your Kid’s Room

With such exploding choices available to children, parents have difficulty in monitoring what their kids are watching and hearing.

  • Janice Shaw Crouse |
  • February 08, 2008 |
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College Students and Privacy: Do Your Homework

As a mother of two sons in college, it's more than disturbing to hear college faculty announce that they cannot give me any information about my sons without my sons' permission. The truth is, there are circumstances under which a school can release information - even without student consent.

  • Rebecca Hagelin |
  • February 06, 2008 |
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Bless Your Children With Your Words

Words often stay in our children's hearts for a lifetime. That is why Peter warns the early church to watch out how you "rain down" your words upon others...

  • Dr. John Barnett |
  • February 01, 2008 |
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When Parents Care Too Much

Whenever we feel we need a particular reaction from our kids, it actually decreases the chance of getting it...

Real Solutions to Teen Pregnancy

“It’s difficult to really be abstinent until marriage because it’s a lot of different things pulling at you when you’re a teenager.” No, that’s not Jamie Lynn Spears talking...

Self-Mutilation: Teens and Cutting

Kids that cut themselves come from all walks of life, from all backgrounds, and from every type of family you can think of. What was once confined to mental hospitals has for teens become a new way of coping and has entered the mainstream of discussion among our teens.

Enjoy Harmony in Your Household

You can have a clean, organized, and peaceful home – and time to enjoy it – if you seek God’s wisdom about managing it...

The Most Popular Family and Relationship Articles of '07

What is God's design for sexual intimacy? How much responsibility should I give my teen? Check out the most-read Family (and those seeking to start a family) articles of 2007...

Can God Use Me As a Dad?

Have you ever thought about how to qualify as a dad? You can't. But we can learn from one of the New Testament's best examples of godly parenting, Joseph.

  • Dr. John Barnett |
  • January 21, 2008 |
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Cultivate Spiritual Assets in Your Family

Often we know our house value and our retirement investment value — but do you keep an inventory of your family's spiritual assets? Here are some ways to build spiritual assets with your spouse and children.

When Teens Shatter Your Dreams

God promises glory on the other side of this struggle if we will commit our way (and our teenager) to Him.

Are You Consistently Inconsistent?

This past Saturday, my wife and I could not have been more proud of our son, Jordan. Then came Sunday morning...

How Far is Too Far in the Quest for Parenthood?

If you haven't thought much lately about just how rapidly the very nature of the family is changing, consider this: It is now possible for a child to have five parents.

How Can I Set Healthy Boundaries for My Teen?

Boundaries are simply limits set around behavior to try to change the direction a child is going. They define what you will and won’t accept, and should come from what you believe is right for your teen at this stage in his life and for your family.

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