Often Dad works outside the home, and it takes more forethought to develop his relationship with the kids. But it can be done!
Don't be fooled into thinking that dads aren't all that important. Kids need dads to validate their self-worth.
As ambassadors for Christ and as godly role models for our kids, we must hold ourselves to high standards.
Sometimes, the root cause of unhappiness is an issue of contentment. How will you help your teens battle discontentment?
- February 06, 2013 |
Choices make kids feel smart, but choices don’t necessarily make them wise. Sound strange? Listen to this.
- February 05, 2013 |
The Life of a Single Mom has a desire to see that no single mom walks alone. What are you doing to change the statistics?
- February 05, 2013 |
We get to know our children as they grow, but when is the last time you actually LEARNED something about your son or daughter?
Grief is a language our hearts must learn if we ever want to find true peace as the parent of a child who has died before birth.
Allowing a middle schooler to watch sex on the big screen is like allowing a toddler to ride in the front seat with no seatbelt.
Volunteering as a family brings solidarity to members of all ages.
When all is said and done, values are more likely to be caught than taught. You have to live what you teach.
I can easily see where being a single parent can be considered synonymous with failure. But that mindset is not of Jesus Christ!
In this edition of "Kids Talk About God" children weigh in on how to best pray for our country and our country's leaders.
What do we do when someone criticizes our parenting? I wrote out the accusations - then prayerfully considered them.
With each passing day, our children grow up in seemingly small ways. Then we blink and they are setting up homes of their own!
Is your teen perpetually texting? Do they listen to you through earbuds? Maybe some limitations are in order.
We need to teach our children about money, specifically how to work, save, spend wisely, and give.
It’s tempting focus on romance, but when children are involved, you must make wise decisions that reflect God’s best for all of you.
Daddyland, a little like Neverland, is a land where dads want time to stand still. It’s a land built entirely on memories.
- January 01, 2013 |