We are instructed to teach our grandchildren what God has done in our lives. He has entrusted us with leaving a spiritual legacy for them.
Our teens’ self-worth must come from their knowledge of who Jesus is and from the assurance of His love and care. Parents can emphasize these truths as they model acceptance, forgiveness and love.
There are hundreds of things to teach our kids during their lifetime. Here are just twenty-five things that I want my kids to know. What would be on your list?
In his final years, my father slipped into dementia and eventually struggled to remember even the simplest daily things. But he never forgot the power of the Holy Spirit working in his life.
I knew my daughter was struggling emotionally, but I had no idea about the extent of her depression.
Finding a way to fit science and religion together can feel overwhelming. For our teens, logic and reasoning present some of the greatest threats to complete belief in Christianity. However, as parents, you can guide your teen to a deeper understanding of how God created science to support our faith and belief in Him.
National Teacher’s Day provides the perfect opportunity for students and their parents to show appreciation, support, and thankfulness to teachers.
When discussing and celebrating Cinco de Mayo with our kids, there’s a unique opportunity to teach them about the history, significance, and respect attached to cross-cultural holidays. Explore some of the key takeaways for you and your family.
Today’s kids face new challenges and ask questions our kids didn’t have to two decades ago. But God has provided every answer and truth to help them have a positive mindset that cannot be shaken by this world.
Five ways to nurture restraint in your children so they can develop self discipline.