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- December 04, 2012 |
There are times when our children need to just obey without debating. But there are also times for listening to them.
How could I teach my daughter about forgiveness when my own heart wrestled with the same obstacles to forgiving others?
A few quick tips to help you on your parenting journey....
There are 15 million single parents in the United States and the numbers continue to rise. Why does this affect you?
I encourage any family considering adoption, especially bringing an older child home, to carefully count the cost ahead of time.
Let me tell you how to overwhelm an orphan child…
Beyond a strong relationship with Christ, what else can single parents do to find strength in their homes and lives?
Seeking God’s best will help protect your teens from heartache and encourage them to fulfill God’s purposes for their lives.
It’s perfectly normal for children in a stepfamily to refuse to accept stepbrothers and stepsisters as their own siblings.
Here is wisdom I want to give my daughter: treasure your friends, don't rush to find a husband, and Jesus will never leave you.
Other parents can pressure us to make decisions that aren't right for our families, but we need to stand up for our convictions.
In this "Kids Talk About God" article, Carey talks with kids about the famous proverb: "Hatred stirs up strife, but love covers all sins."
With election day drawing near, have YOU explained the importance of voting to your kids and teens?
This ill-mannered guest rubs off on you, distracts you, gets your priorities out of whack. So why do you keep turning on the tube?
Parents can preach to kids about boundaries, but when they watch us living out these commitments, they are truly influenced.
Children are by nature disorganized. The good news is that parents can teach their children beneficial organizational skills!
Depressed teens behave differently than one might expect. But what they need is for us to draw near, not judge their emotions.
How do you handle a change in expectations, discipline, What does it look like to chart a new parenting course?