Most people are thrilled to learn they are going to be parents. But in many families, the parents’ goals are never realized.
- May 20, 2014 |
You've probably heard the scary stats: 86% of teens drop out of church. But what does research really show?
- May 20, 2014 |
We are moms. We are warrior moms. United forever by the tight bonds of motherhood, we share this journey that we hold dear.
Nearly two million students are graduating from college this month. Let's think about this in light of Scripture.
Though I’m sure my kids can tell when I’m going through something, we sort of have a don’t ask, don’t tell policy.
Is there someone that you can think of right now that needs to hear a word from God?
Before I became a mother I did not think it a very difficult job. I grossly underestimated motherhood.
There are few gifts you can give your kids more valuable than the skills and attitudes they need to be great money managers.
I once heard a preacher talk about praying for safety. He said Christians shouldn’t place a premium on such a thing as that.
Michael and Debi Pearl’s method of discipline has many advocates, but critics say it lacks the gospel.
You have the ability to help shape the perception your children have of the world. Do you take this task seriously?
“But God chose the foolish things of the world to shame the wise... the weak things of the world to shame the strong.”
What's the best way to share with our children and grandchildren how the cross foreshadows the glorious resurrection?
"Crossing” is simply another name for “active parenting.” Crossing is being involved in your child’s life and knowing their activities.
My new book is for single mothers, pinpointing eight difficult emotions you encounter on your single mom rollercoaster.
Here are 9 ways parents can put happiness into its proper prospective in relation to child rearing and the family.
Although some situations may warrant quick adult intervention, my ultimate goal as a parent is to train my daughter to stand strong.
As a single parent and the parent of a special needs child, I sometimes felt as if I had a double dose of loneliness.
Many families today aim to simply have fun with Easter eggs. But did you know that they can teach your children something profound?