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Can Grandma be too Involved? Grace for Generational Conflicts

I never fail to be amazed at the angst caused by differences in opinion between young parents and their one-generation-older parents...

Missional in my Neighborhood

I love questions that seek to create opportunities to share the simple love of Jesus...

Time Management for Busy Dads

Busy dads in today’s world must battle various forces competing for our time. Here are some ideas I’ve gathered from other dads to help us keep our priorities straight.

Church - It's Good for Your Kids

A new study shows the more often parents attend church, the better off kids are...

It's Report Card Time

The school year is rapidly ending, and final report cards are coming. We as parents are all too ready to step in and take either the credit or the blame for where our children are...

Become the Mom You Want to Be

No matter what problems you experienced growing up, you don’t have to repeat your parents' mistakes.

What's a Mom Worth?

A homemaker's work is not exactly for the wimpy or lazy. Salary.com estimates her financial worth to be a hefty 6 figures...

The Influence of a Mother's Faith

For those mothers who are discouraged by the spiritual state of their children, take heart; I bear witness to the fact that the Lord can and does respond to the prayers of a grieving mother!

Are You Hyper-Parenting?

For some of us, parenting has become America's most competitive adult sport. How can we steer clear of the hyper-parenting trap?

Has Abstinence Education Failed?

A recent study suggests abstinence education is an ineffective approach to protecting our teens. S. Michael Craven takes a closer look at what works and what doesn't...

A Mother's Role as Prayer Warrior

  • Maribeth Spangenberg |
  • April 30, 2007 |
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One Tragic Loser in "Alec vs. Kim"

Actor Alec Baldwin recently made the news for an angry outburst directed at his daughter. Yet, scenes like this are not limited to homes of celebrity status...

Fearing for Our Children in the Wake of the VT Tragedy

Dear Dr. David: I have two young children who attend public school. Because of all the violence over the past few years, I’m thinking about pulling them out and home-schooling them...

  • Dr. David B. Hawkins |
  • April 25, 2007 |
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Coping with Role Reversal: More Adults Caring for Aging Parents

Adult children see the once-strong hands of a parent now shake with age. Although difficult, such arrangements can draw both caregivers and their elderly parents closer to God and each other.

  • Whitney Von Lake Hopler |
  • April 23, 2007 |
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Curtailing Campus Crime

As we pray for strength for the families who have lost loved ones, we have to ask: After the coffins are lowered and the orations read, what then?

9-1-1 and the Officer in My Bushes

Most of our deepest parental fears never come to pass, yet look at the powder we burn on them...

Hope for Parents of Struggling Teens

If you’re the parent of a struggling teen, you may be sinking into despair. No matter how hard your teen is struggling right now, though, there is hope.

Hoop Dreams: The Blessing of Children with Special Needs

Max and his peers matter, not because of what they can do—much less do for us—but because of the fact they are.

Do Your Kids Read Enough?

Young people today would sooner watch a DVD than read a book. Librarians and secular educators have ample reason for concern, but Christians must look at this reality with an even greater concern.

  • R. Albert Mohler, Jr. |
  • April 11, 2007 |
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Making the Teen Years Your Best Years

How can we make our teen's years the best years? By creating a sense of safety in our families...

  • Drs. Gary and Greg Smalley |
  • April 09, 2007 |
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