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Discovering Your Child’s Unique Needs

Counselor Julie Lowe explains that, because every child is unique, the use of parenting formulas won’t deliver the results that moms and dads are seeking. She encourages parents to instead get to know each of their children as individuals, and to rely on biblically-based wisdom for raising them.

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Developing a Love of Prayer in Your Kids

Jim Daly speaks with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell about the nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett and the process of confirming her to the U.S. Supreme Court, as confirmation hearings begin Monday, Oct 12. Then, Dr. David Ireland offers parents guidance for fostering their kids’ spiritual development in a discussion based on his book Raising a Child Who Prays: Teaching Your Family the Power of Prayer.

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What Your Kids Need Most to Grow Up Well (Part 1 of 2)

What Your Kids Need Most to Grow Up Well (Part 1 of 2)

Danny Huerta, Vice President of Focus on the Family’s Parenting and Youth department, offers insights from his counseling experience, research, and Biblical knowledge to outline the parenting strategies that have proven to be the most effective, including steadfast love and boundaries, respect, grace, adaptability, and more. (Part 1 of 2)

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Finding Fun Ways to Praise God as a Family

Based on her book Sharing God’s Big Love With Little Lives, Jean Thomason discusses the importance of “imprinting” God’s love and promises on young children, and why parents need to be very intentional about modeling faith and worship in their families.

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