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Striking Balance as a Mission-Minded Family

As parents, we’re called to raise our kids; and as Christians, we’re called to reach the lost. We really can’t fulfill one of these callings, if we choose to neglect the other...

Turn Your Cheek?

Countless churches have taken Luke 6: 29 to mean that Christians, especially Christian children, are to adopt a fully passive approach to the outside world, including bullying...

Understanding How Marketers Target Your Children

Today’s media has made an industry out of studying your kids. It’s time to know what they know about your sons and daughters, and then teach your kids how not to become a pawn in the name of greed.

When Proper Counseling is an Antibiotic

After a bout with a sore throat, nine-year old James started to cling to his parents and obsess over noises outside his bedroom window. He was sure that there were robbers outside that would break through and harm him and his family...

  • Dr. Warren Throckmorton |
  • March 31, 2009 |
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Instilling Biblical Values in a Postmodern World

Children are growing up in a world where there are no moral absolutes. So what are parents to do in order to ensure their children are prepared to confront this ever-confusing trend?

  • Jeremy Lelek, Ph.D. Candidate |
  • March 28, 2009 |
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Courage is Not Optional!

We want our children to stay away from sins of commission — choices and actions that are wrong. Yet we also need to teach them the consequences that come from the sins of omission -- the failure to make choices or act in ways that are right.

How Hellish is "Time Out"?

Some commenters on "The Eschatology of Parenting" have raised the issue of “time out” as a tool for discipline, especially in light of my statement that extended periods of “time out” don’t communicate well the discipline of God over his children...

No One Else Named Mom

Her feelings of joy and self-worth were derived from ministering to others, not from raising her children. Her children knew it and responded in kind. Home was chaotic and miserable.

Low Self-Esteem at Crisis Levels for Girls

The majority of girls feel they do not measure up in some way including their looks, performance in school and relationships. Most disturbing is that these girls are engaging in harmful and destructive behavior that can leave a lasting imprint on their lives...

Spare the Rod? Parents Just Won't Get With the Science

These parents are, of all things, prone to use an occasional spanking in disciplining their children. Dr. Kazdin's great frustration is that these parents insist on doing what seems right to them...

Tales from the Dad Side Sheds Positive Light on Fatherhood

In his witty and creative way, author Steve Doocy shows parents how they can make a difference, even when they feel inadequate...

The Uncomfortable Truth About Victims

Like their tormentors, victims are misunderstood. Many think they get picked on because they wear glasses, are overweight, have above-average grades and so on, but the frustrating and painful truth goes deeper than spectacles, obesity, or ingenuity...

Bullying Defined

Bullying, in most cases, is not when two kids of roughly equal power go toe to toe...

How Do I Stop Losing it With My Kids?

Dinner is late again, and the living room looks like a failed disaster relief effort. You ask your son to put away his part of the mess, but he ignores you...

  • William P. Smith, M.Div., Ph.D. |
  • January 02, 2009 |
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The Real Santa Claus

While he never wore a red suit, smoked a pipe, or slid down chimneys, the real Santa's story actually has a lot to do with the true meaning of Christmas...

Christmas in Public Schools? Yes, We Can!

Several Christmases ago, my daughter’s art teacher gave this assignment: Make holiday posters. She also made it clear: No religion allowed...

The Dangers of Raising Kids with 'Worm Theology'

As parents, we want to cultivate humility in our children. But we need to make sure we don't confuse genuine humility with false teaching that equates humility with worthlessness...

Children Are Eating the Fat of Our Land

The obesity rate for preschoolers and teens has tripled and, for elementary school kids, the obesity rate has quadrupled. What can be done to get our kids healthy again?

  • Janice Shaw Crouse |
  • December 07, 2008 |
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Mary: A Model of Strength for Mothers

It wasn’t until I became a mother that I realized part of the miracle of Christmas was Mary’s own quiet strength...

  • Jeannine Norris |
  • December 02, 2008 |
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Teaching Kids to Love God: From Theory to Practice

What do we need to do on a regular basis to nurture an all-out love for God in our children? Here is what we’ve developed for our eight kids - this approach may work for your family, too.

  • David & Kelli Pritchard |
  • November 30, 2008 |
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