Children in single parent families statistically experience the highest rate of abuse and neglect. Can the church do anything about it?
All of our well-meaning attempts to fill up our children’s summer with enriching activities may actually be harming them.
I am glad I have daughters. They are strong and smart and serene. They are not afraid of your sons. And neither am I.
Whatever you do, do your work heartily, as for the Lord rather than men…It is the Lord Christ whom you serve (Col. 3:23-24).
What’s a parent to do? How can you get your kids to starting eating and enjoying the fruits and vegetables that God created?
Parenting can be so busy that you fall into a pattern of simply reacting to what’s going on around you. But that's not God's best!
Are you a single mom who has struggled to forgive your ex-husband? Are you a single parent who struggles to trust in a new relationship? Or maybe you are single and struggle to enter into a Godly relationship due to trust or past hurt...read on.
When your child disobeys, does it hurt your feelings? I want you to write this down and put it on your fridge: “It’s not personal.”
Teens in relationships may be susceptible to being digitally abused by their boyfriends or girlfriends, according to a new study.
One of my children tells me, repeatedly, and with a certain tone of disapproval, that I take everything too seriously.
Tempted to fill your child's summer with structured activities and very little downtime? Take a look at this educator's opinion.
Not only is this level of college debt affecting the personal economy of millions of people, it’s also affecting the economy as a whole.
When we are alienated from our kids, the way we handle it will depend greatly on how grounded we are in our walk with the Lord.
Pre-child, my parenting plan was: Take Care of Child = Child Will Love Me = Lovely Life. Boy did that turn out different.
The Bible calls us to discernment. Texting and driving seems innocent, until we see the horrible possibilities of wreckage and death.
Take a look at we answer some tough questions about single parent ministry and the church.
Children’s church isn't a substitute for big church. Why? There is no substitute for a child watching his parents model worship.
How do you teach your kids that people are more important than things? By believing it yourself. By living it.
A lot of teenagers head to college without any idea about how money works. Don't let that happen to your college kid.
- June 18, 2013 |