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Parenting Kids and Children - Resources for Raising Christian Family

The Value of Teaching Children about Money

Even more important than understanding the basics of making and spending money, children need to learn what the Bible says about money and how it affects our spiritual lives...

Daughters under Siege

Some sex education programs teach young women that the way to get ahead in the world is not through their grace, or goodness, or intelligence - but through their sexual power.

Christian Alternatives for October 31st

Halloween always brings up some of the same questions I faced when I first became a believer in 1974...

Help Your Son Develop Healthy Emotions

I'm the kind of girl who can name what I'm feeling, even if it's seventeen feelings all at once. And as a mom, I believe it's my responsibility to send my kids out into the world knowing what they feel about something and how to express it in a healthy way.

  • Elisabeth K. Corcoran |
  • October 09, 2009 |
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"You're Teaching My Child What?"

Dr. Miriam Grossman's new book, You're Teaching My Child What? is a shocking and maddening expose of how sex education programs are exposing our children to perverted and immoral sex propaganda...

Making Time For Family

With the fast pace that we live, how do we make time for those we love? As the mother of eight fast-moving children, I’ve found some simple solutions to increasing your family time...

Teaching Kids About God, Authority, and Values

Today’s culture, and in some cases, today’s parenting approaches both conspire to make raising kids to embrace Biblical, healthy morals and values a huge challenge...

Raising a Family 'Of Different Minds'

Maren Angelotti talks with Crosswalk.com about parenting kids with -- and without -- learning differences in a way that makes sure nobody is overlooked.

  • Katherine Britton |
  • September 14, 2009 |
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Celebrate Grandparents Day

Sunday, September 13, 2009 is Grandparents Day. Create your own celebration or join with others around the country as candles are lit to honor grandparents and other caregivers who are raising children left without caring parents...

  • Gail Gallagher |
  • September 11, 2009 |
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So, Your Child Is Asking for a Cell Phone?

Your child is asking for a cell phone. But how do you know if she is ready for her own phone? And how do you know if you are ready for her to have one?

  • Rebecca Ingram Powell |
  • September 05, 2009 |
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Bribing Excellence: When Incentive Replaces Virtue

Across the country, school systems are paying children to do better in school. Both inside and outside the classroom, striving for virtue is being replaced by monetary incentives.

Online Predators: Separating Fact and Fiction

To help parents get a handle on the issue of online predators, the following is an attempt to separate fact from fiction as it applies to behaviors of online predators.

"Reality" TV Doesn't Show the Reality of Large Families

Jon & Kate Plus Eight have crept into the culture to the degree that the general population thinks that they are an accurate representation of life in a big family. They are not.

Rude Kids: The Fruits of Too Much Self-Esteem

Whether or not today’s kids are actually “ruder than ever,” even the media reflect the sense that something has gone wrong in the way we raise our children.

Help for Autistic Children

Kym Wright, writer and mother of a child with autism, gives parents resources for understanding and treating autism.

Sexting: A Parent’s Guide to Keeping Your Kids Safe

Cell phone "sexting" can have devastating consequences. HomeWord's Jim Liebelt shares practical ways parents can keep their teens safe...

Like Father, Like Son: Confronting Generational Sins

Our families have the greatest influence on our development, including the development of our patterns of sin.

Taking a Stand for Our Nation's Boys

The hearts and souls of America's boys are begging for positive direction.

Here's to You, Faithful Fathers

Having lost my father at an early age, I didn’t know the worth of a father – not until I could see it up close and personal in the joyful well-being of my daughters who are growing up with one now.

5 Ways to Build the Family You've Always Wanted

It’s possible to create a better family, no matter what your background or current circumstances. Here are five principles from Dr. Gary Chapman's book The Family You've Always Wanted.

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