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Tim Shoemaker

Tim Shoemaker is the author of 14 books and speaks to parents around the country about living the Christian life in a way that influences the next generation. Happily married for over 39 years, Tim has three married sons, grandchildren and is active in church leadership.

family devotions

A Simple Way to Start Family Devotions

Simple, practical and fun ways to start—or start again—family devotions that the entire family will connect with.

how to connect with 16-18 year olds

How to Connect with 16-18 Year Olds

As parents, we deal with the tension between providing freedom and boundaries for our teens. Focus on finding routines and habits that can help you better connect with your teens. Look out for things they enjoy or opportunities to develop a skill or interest. Finally, continue to take an interest in your teen’s interests. Ask questions and show interest in their passions.

Two smiling teen girls outside at a campsite. One is enthusiastically and tightly hugging the other from behind.

How to Connect With Young Teens

Connecting with young teens can be challenging but time spent with them will be rewarding for both parents and kids

How Dads Can Connect with Their Children

How Dads Can Connect With Their Children

As a dad, you have the ability to positively influence your kids and establish lasting connections. When your kids grow from each age and stage, you can grow your connection with them too! Explore these ideas to cultivating your relationships with your children.

Encouraging Our Kids to Want to Follow Christ

As we work at following God and becoming better parents, we’ll often draw our kids, like a magnet, to follow us and the God we serve.