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Top 5 Ways to Teach Your Kids Olympic Values

You can help your kids grow in their faith by teaching them winning values as you watch and discuss this winter’s Olympics together.

How Disobedient Kids Taught Me About God's Love

There are many ways in which having children is a refining process of God that I never expected.

Helping the Single Fathers in Your Life

Single parent ministry is a whole new level of reaching people. It can be discouraging, messy, and rarely consistent.

Unconditional Love Is Not Enough

I prayed for wisdom…and the response was the realization that unconditional love and support from your family is the foundation.

Do Wii Intendo to Use Nintendo? Video Games and Kids

Parenting advice regarding video games for your child.

Gently Correcting

As ambassadors for Christ and as godly role models for our kids, we must hold ourselves to high standards.

5 Ways to Teach Your Children to Hate the Ministry

Ed Stetzer and his team spoke with pastors' kids to see what makes them run from the pews when they get older. Here's what they found...

Could Your Daughter be Trafficked?

Most people don’t realize that over 290,000 U.S. children are at risk of being sexually exploited. Is your daughter?

The Fear That Gripped Me

Fear can grip our very soul, immobilize and paralyze us. Learn to battle fearlessly.

Teaching Kids About Investing

Given my positive experience, you might expect my own kids all have stock certificates hanging on their walls, right? Wrong.

3 Ways to Improve Our Parenting Skills

There’s no training for the most difficult job any of us will ever have: being a mom or a dad. You have to pick it up as you go.

The Single Mom and Her New Year’s Eyeglasses

Whatever we face in this new year, God has gone before us and is already there, prepared to enable us.

How a Spiritual Orphan Learned to Parent God’s Way

Although my sisters and I were raised with to believe in God, my parents had no spiritual well to draw from as they parented.

How to Pass Along Fatherly Wisdom to Your Daughter

As a father, you play a vital role in helping your daughter develop the confidence God wants her to have to do well in life.

5 Ways You Can Help Single-Mom Families Thrive

Now that I'm a single mom, I’m much more aware of how other people can offer support to those of us in this challenging role.

  • Elisabeth Klein |
  • December 30, 2013 |
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"Mom...I'm Bored."

Boredom is a relatively new concept. In the eighteenth century, no one was bored. There was no time or energy to be bored.

"Parent" is a Verb

If a father is first in his family to become a follower of Jesus, 93% of the time his family will follow suit. Wow. What influence!

The Single Parent and Holiday Loneliness

Loneliness can be a difficult wilderness for single parents, and in the month of December it reaches new heights.

What Do You Like Most About Christmas?

If we delight in giving others gifts, imagine the joy God experiences when people open the gift of eternal life.

  • Carey Kinsolving |
  • December 23, 2013 |
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Beyond the 25th: Celebrating the Season of Christmas

Does your family suffer from the Dec. 26th blues? The original Christmas season unfolded in a long, slow manner, starting with the hush of Advent and ending jubilantly on the twelfth day of Christmas - Jan. 6th.

  • Kimberlee Conway Ireton |
  • December 23, 2013 |
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