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When school shootings occur, our kids are likely to be afraid, mad, and confused. Remember that these are emotions created by God. They don’t need to be avoided, ignored, or silenced. However, as parents, we can direct our children towards the hope that God offers.
In today’s culture, families are surrounded by accounts of shootings, bombings and mass killings. Equip children with the necessary facts to process these tragic events for a larger understanding and to ease their fears.
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Science and the Bible aren’t meant to be separate or at odds with each other. Instead, science can be experienced because a brilliant Designer created our world.
ADHD in kids does provide its own unique set of difficulties and obstacles. Learn more about ADHD and how it shows up in children.
As our kids grow up, they begin to ask more questions about the world. Unless you or your spouse is a scientist, these questions can often leave you feeling like you don’t have the “right” answer. Explore how the intersection between science and faith can guide your conversations about potentially difficult topics.
College-bound kids and their faith have never been more threatened. As a parent, you can positively shape your young adult before they leave for college. Understanding more about available opportunities, such as Every Student Sent, will equip your kids to arrive to college prepared to find community and face challenges.
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.
Unfortunately, a guarantee doesn’t come with the safeguarding suggestions, but they can help prevent teen suicide.