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How Can Your Child Minister to the Troubled Kid at School?

It’s the beginning of another school year with the promise of new friendships for your child. But what can you do if your child’s classmate starts showing signs of trouble?

  • Whitney Von Lake Hopler |
  • August 16, 2007 |
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The Challenge of Disciplining a Strong-Willed Child

  • Michael Smalley, M.A. |
  • August 13, 2007 |
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Passive Parenting – More Work than It’s Worth

Parenting expert Jenny Runkel finds herself taking the easy way out with her kids, appeasing their every whim - and discovers this path is not so easy after all.

Time for a Faith-Based Response to School-Based Bullying

Every day, heartbreaking stories about bullying on school campuses hit newspapers across the country and the globe...

Potter Mania: Should Christian Kids Read Harry Potter?

The big question many parents have is: Should their kids be reading novels about wizards and witches and magic?

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...

Summer: The Perfect Time to Teach Manners, Flag Etiquette

Good manners do more than make children pleasant to have around; they equip your kids to face varied social situations successfully.

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...

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 26, 2007 |
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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?

New Children's Book Offers Encouragement for the Slow Learner

Author Belle Branscom shares how her son's learning struggles inspired her to seek out ways to help children of all levels learn more effectively.

Church - It's Good for Your Kids

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

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?

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. |
  • May 04, 2007 |
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Don't Do It, Dad: Three Parenting No-No's

Parenting expert Dr. John King shares three common parenting mistakes you don't want to make...

Chameleon Parenting: Adapt to Your Child's Unique Design

My three younger children are teaching me some new mothering lessons -- one being the need to invest in their interests even when I don't share those interests.

10 Tips for the Working Mom

Boy, did I ever open up the floodgates last month when I asked for your advice on being a working mom! Here are words of wisdom from your fellow readers...

  • Elisabeth K. Corcoran |
  • April 02, 2007 |
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Daddy-Daughter Dance

What did Jesus mean when he said we must become like little children? Some of the coldest-hearted people I know have their facts about God down cold; yet I cannot picture them dancing with their daughters.

"Just" a Homemaker?

We know that being the homemaker is not all roses and rainbows or June Cleaver doing her housework in a perfectly pleated dress, pearls, make-up and hair. But what we do counts for far more than the "image" that the power suits imply...

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