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How Do I Talk to My Kids about Violence?

Violence is part of human condition. It is part of our brokenness, and it is not necessarily a result of living in a violent environment.

  • Elyse Fitzpatrick, Jessica Thompson |
  • October 17, 2014 |
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Your Child's Shrinking Attention Span

The constant noise of media has stunted a child’s ability to pay attention to anything that isn’t exploding on screen.

  • Arlene Pellicane |
  • October 10, 2014 |
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10 Tips for Answering Your Kid's Toughest Questions

Let’s face it. Some things are difficult to talk through. But the truth is this, if we don't talk with them, someone else will.

3 Core Values to Teach Your Kids

We pray three core values over our children: learning, leadership, and the love of God.

Finding the Treasure in Your Child

Ever feel at the end of yourself as a parent? Yeah, me too!

Should Parents Have Children of a Different Skin Color?

My prayer is that as my children grow up, they will be so rooted in Christ that they’ll never question whether they belong.

How Do I Allow Myself to Change as My Children Change?
How Do I Allow Myself to Change as My Children Change?

There are different stages of parenting-- Nicole shares how different parenting strategies needed through various stages of raising kids.

5 Ways to Encourage Your Kids When Grandpa Has Alzheimer’s

“We’re all part of the same family. Whether times are easy or tough, we need to have ‘togetherness’ times."

8 Questions to Ask About Technology and Your Child's Brain

Today’s child is surrounded by tablets, flat screen TVs, mobile phones, and computers. What's going on in their brains?

8 Things I'm Telling My Daughter on Her First Day of School

While I know you can't really read yet, there are a few things I want to put down in writing before you launch into uncharted territory.

6 Ways to Help Your Kids Deal with Hypocrisy in the Church

All of us parents sometimes fail to model faith in action well to our kids, despite our best intentions.

5 Tips for Surviving the Back-to-School Transition

While I know the gift of motherhood is only mine for a season, I still feel powerless against the breakneck speed of childhood.

  • Theresa Ceniccola |
  • August 08, 2014 |
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4 Questions to Ask About What Your Child is Watching

When you are deciding what kind of content is appropriate for your child, there are general guidelines that every family can use.

6 Words of Wisdom for the Stay-at-Home Dad

More dads are staying home to be with their children—and maybe that’s a good thing for all of us!

5 Lessons to Learn from Your Toddler

Lately, my son has inspired me to change my own childish attitude in my walk with God! Are you up for the challenge?

Learning Obedience: The Great Debate

There are times when our children need to just obey without debating. But there are also times for listening to them.

How Should We Pray for the USA?

This Independence Day, how should we teach our kids to pray for America?

4 Ways to Pray for Your Kids

Tricia Goyer has found a catchy way to remember to cloak her kids in prayer – from their heads to their toes.

Help! My Kids Don't Want to Read the Bible

There’s no magic formula that will turn your child into a Bible-lover, but there are numerous things you can do to help.

9 Most Dangerous Apps for Kids

The bad guy’s not just at the bus stop anymore. He has entrance right into your kid’s bedroom and hand-held cellphone.

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