Tricia Goyer has found a catchy way to remember to cloak her kids in prayer – from their heads to their toes.
- July 01, 2014 |
Christian parents begin with good intentions, but fall into their own dreams for their children's lives, rather than God's.
- July 01, 2014 |
Raising children is Kingdom work. You cannot do it perfectly, but neither did the moms of the Bible, and we are still feeling the impact of their efforts.
There’s no magic formula that will turn your child into a Bible-lover, but there are numerous things you can do to help.
Teens actually do have a lot to say, and they want to be heard. They will open up if you approach conversations wisely.
“One father is more than a hundred schoolmasters.” –George Herbert
The bad guy’s not just at the bus stop anymore. He has entrance right into your kid’s bedroom and hand-held cellphone.
No Christian parent plans to have a troubled teenager. But there is hope for those who do.
Here's the question: If God dropped the survival mask, would you grab ahold of its life-giving air? The good news is, he has!
God has designed us to give to others – and when we serve in his name, we are open to receiving his healing touch in return.
Words matter. Our kids need to hear them. They thrive under encouraging, supporting, heart-felt words.
From the womb until the time they are young adults, there are things parents can do to help your child know, and ultimately love, Scripture.
Tithing as a single mom can be difficult, perhaps more so than any other person. But here's why you can't afford not to...
Many of us have scars and wounds from the past that leave us reeling. But will the past haunt us forever?
On the last day of school, I want my first thoughts to be: this will be a great summer.
How can we avoid crippling comparisons? It starts by affirming our worth (and our children’s worth) in God.
With every generation, raising children takes on new challenges never before seen by parents.
“I should be dead, paralyzed, or locked up in prison.” These are the words I use when sharing my testimony with others.
Most people are thrilled to learn they are going to be parents. But in many families, the parents’ goals are never realized.