This article examines Dr. Karyn Purvis as culture-changer equipping churches and families to love children even through the hard places.
Babysitter. Body Guard. Manager. Safety Net. Advisor. If you’re a parent, you’ve held them all by the time your children dive from the nest.
Chris Lang, founder of Lifestreams Media, discusses his new film Aborted Sun, which looks at miscarriage and elective abortions. Lang encourages women, men, and churches to extend Christ's love and compassion in these important but sensitive issues.
Gary Sprague encourages single parents and shares insight on how to minister to single parents during their time of transition.
I’m firmly convinced that kids have internal radar that makes them vie for the last, the best, or the one the others want.
We must exchange whispers with God before shouts with the world.
Carey Kinsolving interviews children about their ideas of how first-century churches differed from modern day churches.
Here are some key tips and principles to help your children become generous givers, prudent savers and wise managers of God's money.
Things change. Time grows our children. Life opens up new doors. I know this. But still—change hurts. Even when it’s good.
While it is OK to deal with my feelings, I must remember that it is not my children’s responsibility to know my every thought and sadness.
Bullying hurts. And today, a whole new level of pain and embarrassment is used on kids and adults via "Cyberbullying."
Carey Kinsolving asks children to weigh in on this difficult theological concept.
Children often experience three “phases of grief” when they go through a loss: early grief, acute grief and integration of loss and grief.
Parenting is a hard road for many of us as we struggle to find that perfect balance of disciplinarian, teacher, provider, and more. And the truth is, many of us wondering if we are even doing it right!
Carey Kinsolving takes a look at what kids have to say about this famous underdog story.
Sibling conflict is unavoidable, but that doesn’t mean it has to throw your household into constant chaos.
The ability to work hard, to tolerate frustration, and to take responsibility doesn’t just happen without a push from parents.
Dating for two is difficult; dating in a crowd is downright complicated.
“The plans of the diligent lead to profit as surely as haste leads to poverty” (Proverbs 21:5 NIV).
- August 14, 2012 |