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Effective Mothering is Born of Faith, Not Fear

Several years ago, I was asked, "If you could parent your daughters all over again, what would you do differently?" While I am aware of numerous ways I would want to be a better mom, one thing stands out far ahead of the rest: I wish I had trusted God more.

Nature Deficit Disorder?

The closest a lot of kids get to nature these days is watching an animated movie about penguins in an air-conditioned theater while eating buttered popcorn...

Single Moms: Move Forward with Confidence

As a single mom, you’ve lost the dream of what life might have been like for your family if your children’s dad was still at home with you. But you’re not condemned to a miserable life just because of your circumstances.

Passing On the Most Important Skill: Delayed Gratification

I want to teach my kids that the key to life is to absolutely pursue what you want most, as opposed to whatever you want right now. Yet this can be a tough skill even for parents...

Myths and Facts about Alcohol Consumption

There are several myths about alcohol consumption that contribute to some parents and teens having a false sense of security about drinking.

  • Stephen Arterburn and Jim Burns |
  • July 04, 2007 |
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What Parents Need to Know About MySpace.com

More than 100 million teens across America use networking sites like MySpace.com to communicate with each other online. Here's information every parent should know...

Alcohol and Your Teen

If you can get your children through their teen years drug free, their lives are almost guaranteed to be free from chemical abuse.

  • Stephen Arterburn & Jim Burns |
  • June 25, 2007 |
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Now and Not Yet: Helping Your Kids Embrace Purity in Their 20's

Instead of teaching our kids, "You'll just need to practice this discipline for a few years," we need to instill in them habits of a long road of obedience, in this and all other aspects of life.

Mission Trips Draw All Family Members

It's a winding, nine-hour car trip from Greencastle, Pa. (pop. 3,700), down to Lynch, Ky. (pop. 900) But Fred and Nicole Smith, their two kids and grandma Theresa Farson don't mind...

Raising Respectful Kids

When you ask your kids to start their homework or get ready for bed, do they respond right away or drag their feet?

  • Whitney Von Lake Hopler |
  • June 18, 2007 |
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Dads to be Grateful For

My father is a man dearly loved and deeply respected. Like many men of his generation, he has earned these honors by simply being there...

A Father Who Did It Right

Are you worried about whether your children will follow you? Here's one biblical father today's dads can look to as a model for leaving godly legacy...

Evangelical Men Make Great Dads

Instead of the authoritarian man who puts up barriers between him and his family, the evidence shows an affectionate guy who is actively involved and emotionally engaged with his family...

  • Janice Shaw Crouse, Ph.D |
  • June 11, 2007 |
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Disciplining Your Child: Let Consequences Do the Teaching

As parents, we have within our reach the greatest and most effective disciplinary strategy in the world, a strategy that is woven into the very fabric of life itself...

  • Hal E. Runkel, LMFT |
  • June 08, 2007 |
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A Teachable Moment Goes Both Ways

The humble faith of a child can give us parents perspective on what really matters.

Help Your Kids Resist Pressures from a Consumer Culture

Advertisers spend more than $12 billion per year on advertising messages aimed at the youth market. Although it seems overwhelming, you can help your kids resist its pressures.

  • Whitney Von Lake Hopler |
  • June 04, 2007 |
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The Rebirth of Dinner Dialogues

I believe one of the best ways to counteract today's cultural decay is recapturing the family 'dinner time' discussions.

What Your Preschooler Really Needs

The world has a lot to say about parenting nowadays. From Dr. Spock to Dr. Phil, from the Super Nanny to our own families, a plethora of experts scold us with a never-ending barrage of advice--most of it conflicting.What does your preschooler really need?

Are Moms More Spiritual than Dads?

In a recent Barna Research study, mothers reportedly outpaced fathers in terms of spiritual activity and commitment. What should we make of this development?

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