Make each day count with your kids. Every action you take can contribute to your child’s mental health.
Nurturing is a complex process that is hard to describe. But with your inborn nature to nurture, your awareness of each of these four pillars, and God to guide you, you can use your gifts to nurture your children well.
How is it possible to survive being a single mom? These four ways will help bring you hope to successfully navigate being a single mom.
Welcoming foster children into our home has caused Angie and me to work harder at building a connection with our kids and showing them they have value in God’s eyes. That’s why we intentionally use sensory experiences to let them know we care.
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.
We often wonder how our parenting can make an impact on our kids. These six ways will show you how being a parent can make all the difference.
If the practice of public reading of Scripture with your family sounds good to you, you may be wondering how to get started. Well, we have a few options for you!
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