“Just one more level!” they plead. You know where your kids are. But do you know what they’re playing?
A pastor offers several cautions when making a decision on how to educate, whether in a public, private or home environment.
How do you include preschoolers in your homeschool when you have older children to teach and babies to nurse, change, and hold?
It is an extraordinary privilege to be the person who presents these wonders to your children.
Some moms are neglecting to prepare their kids for life by giving them choices, responsibilities, and consequences.
When I first bought the Five In a Row curriculum, little did I realize it would affect my homeschooling, parenting, and even life!
Invite them for a meal and tell them during dessert. It’s hard to argue when your mouth is full of pie.
Whether you've given birth or not, the newest online quiz from Crosswalk.com is one you'll enjoy: Which Bible Mom are You?
As a mom, I think often of our children and how I should prepare them to hear from God. Here are some concrete ways.
Yes, you can teach your young children without a curriculum. Here are five tools to get you started.
I should have known when she insisted her favorite color was pink. What’s a mom to do when opposites don't attract?
When you are deciding what kind of content is appropriate for your child, there are general guidelines that every family can use.
Do you have a child who is suffering with a pain so deep that they feel a need to cut, medicate, or even desire to commit suicide?
I look forward to the changing seasons, but I'm overwhelmed at the terrifying fashions bombarding me from the store racks.
Many cultures adopt Christian morality. But what happens when the dominant culture is no longer Christian?
It’s tempting to resort to “because I said so” when we are questioned. But is that the most God-honoring way to parent?
As homeschool mothers, one of our most important jobs—maybe the most important?—is to teach our children how to think
Simply put, Common Core is an educational lab experiment with no evidence of success and our children are the guinea pigs.
As parents, we can’t be too busy to listen. We can’t just assume kids are safe or shy away from difficult topics.
Are you stashing treats away for care packages? Noticing credit card offers coming in...for your child? College looms!