A song many Christians know comes from a Bible verse found in Matthew 20:26. It says “if you want to be great in God’s kingdom, learn to be the servant of all.” Showing steadfast love for your school involves learning to help and serve others. This is a concept you as a parent can share …
The work of Christ in our lives is just plain bigger than our circumstances
If you’re a strong-willed woman, it can be tough to parent a younger version of yourself. But you also have a definite advantage—you know what it’s like to be a strong-willed child.
Here are some tips parents can use to encourage kindness between siblings.
Teach your children to consistently tell the truth.
Planning out what to say in frustrating parenting moments can help you speak life into your children instead of tearing them down.
Why stepparents need to respect physical boundaries
Dr. Lainna Callentine became aware at age six that her skin was a different color than other kids in class. Get her unique perspective on how we, as Christians, should talk to our kids about racial differences.
How do you parent sibling conflicts? You may have more success by knowing one secret: how your birth order affects your kids—in their birth order?
Give kids tools that will help them discipline their tongue so they stop name-calling, gossiping, sassing and saying hurtful words.