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Thrive on a Secular College Campus

Have a child heading off to college this Fall? Abby Nye gives ways Christian students can thrive on a secular campus...

7 Things I Wish I Had Known in High School

Author and father Dave Burchett shares some hard-won wisdom that will help your teen find Christ in the everyday challenges of high school.

Making the Teen Years Your Best Years

How can we make our teen's years the best years? By creating a sense of safety in our families...

  • Drs. Gary and Greg Smalley |
  • November 02, 2010 |
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Awakening Love Before Its Time

Our culture often awakens sensuality in children long before they're ready for marriage. It is every parent's privilege to help daughters and sons walk through those early romantic feelings with wisdom and grace from God.

  • Vivian Padilla-Chapman |
  • October 26, 2010 |
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Connecting with Your Teen

Parents may not feel that they have much to offer the younger generation in terms of relationship, nor do they think they have anything in common to talk about. But just the opposite is true.

In Shelterwood, Troubled Teens Find Refuge

It's hard to find Christ-centered resources for parents whose young adults had spun out of control. That's one reason I was so encouraged to learn about a ministry called Shelterwood.

The Changing Role of Parents during the College Years

Of course a parent's role must change, but the parental role is still important, and I can attest to the fact that it can be as meaningful, memorable, and significant in the college days and into adulthood as it was during all the previous stages of your child's life...

  • Janice Shaw Crouse, Ph.D. |
  • September 08, 2010 |
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10 Things Every Teenager Needs to Know About Their Parents

Face it -- you are stuck with us, at least for the next few years! And avoiding spending time with us, rejecting our hugs, and refusing to talk is not going to change that. So in the interest of peace and harmony, I am going to share a few things with you that you probably don't know in the hopes that they may help you to better tolerate us.

  • Deborah J. Thompson |
  • August 31, 2010 |
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College-Bound: Turning Your Child Over to the Campus Culture

On most college campuses, the prevailing orthodoxy opposes both Christian values and conservative principles. Be wise and consider course offerings, dorm environment, and the intangibles of the college experience.

Why Teens Seek the Wrong Crowd

Does your teenager feel valued and significant in your home? If not, they'll look for value and acceptance somewhere else...

Gagging on Gaga

While her preoccupation with violence, sexual promiscuity and exhibitionism may be her path to fame, they are also a symptom of a hungry, sad and unsatisfied soul.

Moms' Ultimate Guide to the Tween Girl World

In Moms' Ultimate Guide to the Tween Girl World, Nancy Rue gives mothers practical advice and spiritual inspiration that will enable them to see their mini-women into adolescence strong, confident, authentic, and God-centered—even in a morally challenged society. Read an excerpt.

Shedding Some Light on Twilight

If Bella were my daughter, several alarm bells would be going off in my head about her relationship with Edward. I would not approve.

Drug Abuse Starting Earlier Than Ever

It used to be that older teens were the most susceptible to drug experimentation, but kids today are starting earlier than ever. In fact, 10- to 14-year-olds are now the most likely to begin using one intoxicating substance or another.

Prodigal Fathers

Have you ever considered the father figure in the Parable of the Prodigal to be the focus of that story, not the wayward son? After all, the word "father" is mentioned many more times than the word "son."

Cell Phones, Computer Games and Teenagers

I have a question/dilemma: How does a parent regulate a teen's phone, iTouch, laptop, and TV usage during the summer?

To Tell the Truth: Confronting a Dishonest Teen

Kids lie for the same reasons that adults lie...to lift themselves up, to get ahead, to destroy their competition, or to protect themselves and avoid consequences. It's best to deal with dishonesty earlier in life, since it tends to grow incrementally with each lie that isn't caught.

Pull Out All the Stops to Help Your Teen

For parents, there is no worse feeling than watching your child spin out of control while nothing you do seems to make any difference. If your teenager's behavior is giving you feelings of helplessness, hopelessness, and fear, I would like to offer you some suggestions.

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