How early is too early to start teaching our young ones a good work ethic? I’d argue that the sooner we start, the better.
- September 03, 2013 |
Be encouraged that there are THOUSANDS of loving and willing fathers whose main focus is to stay involved in their kids' lives.
It is cruel and unusual punishment to completely drown your children in toys and expect them to manage them.
As the parent of a son, your sacred duty is to help him grow up to manhood in ways that honor God's good design.
God places babies between our arms and beneath our hearts, and we cradle them safely there, but soon the letting go begins.
Sometimes, busyness makes your parenting systems go haywire. That's when "survival mode" parenting kicks in.
Single parenting can be rough and lonely. And although Jesus is our Redeemer, we must still deal with heartache.
Even if you're not the full-time parent, your faithfulness in bringing your children up in Christ is solely your responsibility.
The Legacy Journey (follow-up class to Financial Peace University), is about helping you think long-term and make a difference.
So why am I considering sending my fragile little girl out into the wild middle school, especially after I’d kept my big boys home?
I felt as if everything I touched had broken. There was a trail of broken things behind me—opportunities, aspirations and people
One young girl says, "We don’t like it when people are rude and start rumors about us. So we shouldn’t do that to others.”
A close relationship between parent and child appears to instill in the child the desire to want to live out the values of the parent.
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!