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The Value of One-on-One Time

Our pup was always energetic and ready to play, just like kids. And just like kids, he was happy and generally stayed out of trouble as long as his caretakers were giving him love and attention.

Passing on Healthy Financial Habits to Your Children

Fewer than half believe they are good role models for their children regarding saving and spending. Yet, 94 percent of students say their parents are their primary teachers on financial matters. Oops. We have a problem.

Moms: Should You Find a Mentor for Your Daughter?

It takes a choir surrounding a soloist to really highlight her voice; in the same way, loving adults surrounding your daughter will make her life sing...

Pray for Russia’s Orphans

When Our Kids Hurt

When painful circumstances arise, our first impulse is to pick our kids up or bail them out. But hurtful experiences in our children's lives are catalysts for their spiritual growth - and ours.

Is Your Family Called to Foster Care or Adoption?

Across the nation, I have talked with many Christian adults who would like to become foster parents but have never taken that step because of fear of failure and the unknown.

What About the R-Word? Does It Matter?

Retard -- and the epithet retarded -- are destructive, hurtful, and damaging words. When the R-word is used as a put down, it negates the progress made individually and collectively by those within the disability community.

Parenting a Generation of Heroes

Haiti is just one instance in a world both near and far of major hurts, loss, and anguish. This reality in most of the world around us—as well as the world at large—raises questions like: What is my family here for?

A Mother Needs Faith, Not Perfection

Mom, if you tap your baton to the sheet music of Scripture, some amazing things can happen in your daughter' s heart...

  • Pam Farrel and Doreen Hanna |
  • March 12, 2010 |
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Mandatory Sex Education for Ten-Year-Olds? Yours?

Planned Parenthood is calling for compulsory comprehensive sexuality education for every child and young person ages 10 to 24 on the planet.

10 Lenten Traditions to Enrich Your Family's Easter Celebration

As new believers, we wanted our relationship with Christ to be part of our family’s daily life - not just Sunday only. Traditions provide vivid impressions for children which parents can build year after year...

Is Yelling the New Spanking?

Is shouting the new spanking? For some parents it is...

When Do Kids Become "Young Adults?"

Elements of our society have unofficially declared that the onset of adulthood matches the onset of puberty at the very grown-up age of 12...

9 Reasons Why Dinnertime Should Be Family Time

I'm happy to announce that over the past few years, more and more families are making the intentional effort to have regular, family-mealtimes. Here are nine reasons why doing so is a great idea...

  • Jim Burns, Ph.D. |
  • January 01, 2010 |
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On the Road to Bethlehem: The Faith of Jesus' Mother

Are you facing difficult circumstances this Christmas season? You're not alone. Mary, Jesus' mother, faced an uncertain future, too.

No Stress Gift-Giving

Why not take the stress of gift-giving away by offering something that can be actually given later on in the year? Here's an idea that includes the entire family...

Living With Dad’s Agenda

Marriages can be severely impacted by differences in parenting styles, especially when one spouse runs the family in an overly authoritarian manner...

  • Dr. David Hawkins |
  • December 12, 2009 |
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God's Gift of Hope in a Struggle with Autism

Social workers, psychologists and counselors gathered with Rachel, Philip and me in the conference room. "We think Philip has a mild form of autism." My heart sank...

  • Richard Nations |
  • December 04, 2009 |
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Family Worship

The cares of the world, if we allow them to intrude, can destroy our spirit of worship and take away the joy of our relationship with God.

Bullycide: Our Next Mission Field

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