For the sake of your blended family, don’t give up! Learn how to create new memories, when you don’t get the luxury of old traditions.
Enjoy simple activities that are filled with fun and faith and can help bring your family closer together during the Christmas season.
Are you looking for things do you do with your grandkids? Try these creative ways to build memories and enjoy each other even more.
The Bible tells us to live with an attitude of gratitude, and research tells us that gratitude has a positive impact on our minds and social behaviors. Here are five ways to teach kids gratitude in your home.
Kintsugi is the art of repairing something that has been broken with gold, with the understanding that the object is more beautiful because it has been broken. Like the art of kintsugi, God repairs the brokenness in our lives and makes us more beautiful through the process.
The rolling credits in a movie name all the people who have contributed to making the movie. In the same way, there are many people who contribute to our lives, and the lives of our kids.
Creating expectations of how life should go can open our hearts up to disappointment. However, if we live with anticipation and expectancy of what is to come, and what God is doing in our lives, we can experience greater joy in the journey.
God created us to work. Discover what the Bible says about work and how to teach your children about its importance.
To create a healthy culture of responsibility, it begins with us as parents modeling a willingness to do those small things. Our children will pick up on our actions and will begin to live them out later in life. Watching them do this is in itself a great reward.
“Friendship is born at that moment when one person says to another, ‘What! You too? I thought I was the only one.’” – C.S. Lewis