Make each day count with your kids. Every action you take can contribute to your child’s mental health.
If we were to stop and scan the scriptures for advice on parenting, one of the themes that would stick out is that God is concerned about the state of our hearts, rather than simply behavior modification.
But what I’ve learned in the six years since we lost our son is this: It is possible to find your feet again. It is possible to see light again in the laughter of a baby or the glory of a sunrise or the touch of a loved one’s hand.
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?
The world regularly teaches us ways to consume in our relationships rather than contributing to them. How, then, can we teach our kids to become contributors rather than consumers?
A marital affair can be devastating to a family. There is no one easy answer for talking to your kids, as every child and situation is different. If you are facing this situation in your family, here are seven tips for talking to your kids after any sort of marital crisis has occurred.
These six steps can help you to build self-confidence and a positive self-image in your children.
There is no getting around it: Bringing up a toddler requires a seemingly limitless supply of time and energy. Here are seven ways to fight burnout when you have a busy toddler in the house.
Take the time to help your children process worry, grief and loss
How to help kids live faithfully in a land of plenty
God intentionally created our bodies to move! Here are some fun ways you and your kids can get some exercise together.
Here are 10 ways to raise your kids as contributors to the world around them and to make a difference in the lives of others.
Here’s an easy way to teach your kids to dive into God’s Word: show them how to R.E.A.D. the Bible!