Students at secular schools face challenges that can invigorate or smother their faith.
- September 02, 2014 |
Something is shifting in me. Despite the bubble-world I’ve tried to wrap around my kids, now I want to whisper: “Go do anything.”
While I know you can't really read yet, there are a few things I want to put down in writing before you launch into uncharted territory.
“Just one more level!” they plead. You know where your kids are. But do you know what they’re playing?
According to Fatherhood.gov, When fathers are involved in the lives and education of their children, their children learn more.
All of us parents sometimes fail to model faith in action well to our kids, despite our best intentions.
We all know the stories of atheist professors and religious persecution, but how much of it is really true?
When I was a single mom, I’m not sure who had more apprehension about the new school year, my kids or me!
While I know the gift of motherhood is only mine for a season, I still feel powerless against the breakneck speed of childhood.
“They’ve taken God out of public schools!”? I’ve heard this many, many times, but so far it has failed to worry me.
If you're divorced, the thought of dating again can be both scary and intriguing.
When you are deciding what kind of content is appropriate for your child, there are general guidelines that every family can use.
Navigating new financial waters will soon begin for your new graduate. Five truths can help your student make wise decisions.
It’s tempting to resort to “because I said so” when we are questioned. But is that the most God-honoring way to parent?
More dads are staying home to be with their children—and maybe that’s a good thing for all of us!
The opposite of love is not hate, it’s fear. Fear is the greatest thief of our life, and no stranger to us as single parents.
What’s a single parent to do when summer’s here and you have active kids on the weekend with budgeted funds?
Lately, my son has inspired me to change my own childish attitude in my walk with God! Are you up for the challenge?
As parents, we can’t be too busy to listen. We can’t just assume kids are safe or shy away from difficult topics.