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The Beauty of an Ugly Christmas Tree

It’s often in the ugly places of our lives that God does the most beautiful work. Whether our families have experienced conflicts, failures, illnesses, disappointments, addictions, losses, or any other kind of struggle, we can count on God to transform the messy into the magnificent...

  • Whitney Von Lake Hopler |
  • December 17, 2007 |
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Parents of Teens Must Adapt

As your child grows into a teen, it's important to change how you enforce the rules. Otherwise, your child will be unprepared to cope with a culture that is constantly changing.

A Mother's Helper

Do you have the definitive answer on what each mother should do in every situation, without fail? Learn the importance of having a special helper that every mother needs...

Round-Table Discussion on The Golden Compass

Want a fresh take on Philip Pullman's infamous books and the corresponding new movie? Crosswalk's editors embark upon an in-depth discussion.

  • Crosswalk.com Staff |
  • December 06, 2007 |
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Five Ways to Engage Disengaged Kids

In a world of Halo, iphones, and IM, how do parents strategically engage their tuned-out kids?

Should Parents be Concerned About The Golden Compass?

You've probably received an e-mail about the upcoming fantasy film The Golden Compass by now. And you may be wondering "Is this movie really so bad?"

Should Children Be Encouraged to Think for Themselves?

Should children be encouraged to think for themselves? This question is far more difficult than it first appears...

When Parents Advocate Misbehavior

Jason Ceyanes, the 35-year-old superintendent of schools in Argyle, Texas, decided to crack down on sexually-suggestive dancing at the local high school. But, when the superintendent banned "freak dancing," he got into trouble with some of Argyle's parents...

The Internet, Teens, and Privacy

Do you have a tough time balancing “need to know” with providing your teen “some private space?”

Don’t Invite Your Expectations to Thanksgiving

Here are some all-too-common scenarios that can burst the bubble of unrealistic expectations at Thanksgiving – and what you can do if you encounter them.

  • Whitney Von Lake Hopler |
  • November 20, 2007 |
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Thanksgiving Blessings Found in Parenting an 'Imperfect' Child

Although they've faced difficulties, Kym shares why she is thankful for her autistic son and their journey since his diagnosis.

How to Have a Scream-Free Thanksgiving

During the holidays, our family interactions can get messier than the dishes after Thanksgiving dinner. How can we keep the celebration joyful?

  • The ScreamFree Team |
  • November 16, 2007 |
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Bible Story Books for Children

Children need to understand the individual stories of the Bible within the big picture and to know that these stories are not disconnected, but part of a pattern of promise and fulfillment.

He Gives Sweet Sleep

Just as we care for our children's needs long after they've been tucked into their beds, God works in our lives even when we're asleep.

Are You Provoking Your Teen to Anger?

Are the answers given at your house gentle, truthful, humble, and delivered with kindness, understanding and wisdom? Or is your behavior exasperating your teen?

Five Tips to Slow Down and Simplify the Holidays

There's got to be a better way to shepherd our families through the holidays—to be able to slow down enough to enjoy each other and not get caught up in the rat race of preparation and money-frenzied spending.

Issues to Think Through Before Adopting

Such a big life change will affect you and your family in profound ways. Here’s how you can think through the important issues before adopting.

Rising Above the Parent-Child Power Struggle

Why is it that when you really need kids to move quickly, they choose that time to move in slow-motion? Expert Hal Runkel gives parents tips on maintaining your composure when your kids test the limits.

  • Hal Runkel, LMFT |
  • November 05, 2007 |
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