Kids weigh in on gratitude and attitude.
Applying for college is a hair-pulling, nail-biting time of life for both parents and students alike.
Many kids know far more about the U.S. Founding Fathers than they do the founding fathers (and mothers) of the faith.
If you didn’t begin with a strategy in mind, it’s time to evaluate where you are and what your ultimate goal is.
Whoever brings blessing will be enriched, and one who waters will himself be watered.” – Proverbs 11:24-25
As both Ada’s father and her teacher, I have great insight into this wonderful girl with whom God has blessed me.
According to the North American Guild of Change Ringers, interest in church bells and handbells has grown in the last decade.
Some say "me time" is necessarily; some say it's selfish. Is there a middle ground? Should there be?
We “parents in pain” dream about seeing our adult children live as independent, functioning adults. But is our help only hurting them?
My conscience is captive to the word of God. I cannot and I will not recant anything...here I stand.
Donaldina felt no “call” to missions, but in 1895 she answered this request: “Would you be willing to help at the Chinese Home?"
If you're looking for something in the Bible that says, unequivocally, "dating is wrong" or "dating is right," you won't find it.
Let's look over a number of wonderful free tools for creating and enjoying music. Quite a bit of excellent free software is available.
“Clean your room!” Our kids like to hear that from us about as much as we like to hear “What’s for dinner?”
What happens when our children begin to question the very truths we build our families upon? Is it our fault? Will they reject the faith?
Parents think nothing of uploading information and photos of their kids on social media, but are they overlooking risk factors?
Though half of all states now permit homeschooled children access to public school sports programs, resistance continues in many quarters.
There’s a clear correlation between confidence and ability as an adult, how much the person was read to (out loud) as a child.
"School was much different back then compared to now. We didn’t have school buses and had to walk several miles to school.”
Despite the prevalence of pregnancy loss and the progress made in terms of awareness, isolation is still a common feeling.
- October 15, 2013 |