The conscience is "seared with a hot iron," totally incapable of distinguishing between right and wrong. So where do we turn?
- April 16, 2013 |
When single parents are asked, “what do you struggle with the most?” one of the top answers by far has to be “money.”
- April 16, 2013 |
In today's "Kids Talk About God," we reflect on God's commandments through the eyes of children.
A solo parent is someone who is raising children and running a home alone, like a military wife. Does that sound familiar?
Nick Vujicic, born without arms or legs, knows a thing or two about being bullied in school. He offers this advice.
More than a quarter of teens in romantic relationships say their partners use technology to abuse them.
Why are so many single parents not connected to the local church? Why should we all care about the single parenting crisis?
The transition your teen makes to college or adulthood is a difficult one, both for the child and for the parents. How to cope?
Parenting was designed to be a 2-person job, so single parents really struggle. What about when your ex is totally unlovable?
Everyone’s approach to what they do with money needs balance, and nothing helps that balanced approach more than responsibility.
God said training children while walking pays off (Deuteronomy 6:7), and He’s right. Here’s how it has for us...
Tthe word “Atari,” the brand name of one of the original video game platforms, means in Japanese “you’re about to become engulfed.”
Your child may ask, “Where do babies come from?” or your teen may ask “How do I handle the opposite sex?”
Christian parents face many challenges in effectively and yet biblically parent their children. This can be a daunting task!
In this edition of "Kids Talk About God" Carey Kinsolving gets child-like perspectives on the definition of goodness.
I am convinced that when a single father remains submitted to Jesus Christ, negative influences can and will be reduced.
Helicopter parents who still run their university-aged children's schedules & vacations could be doing more harm than good.
Raising sons is a joy. Here are the five things every son must hear from Dad.