Encourage your children to develop grateful hearts that bless others and frame their own perspective.
Are your children truly grateful for what they have? Here are ways parents can create a lasting attitude of gratitude in children.
You might be surprised at how self-denial actually leads to gratitude.
Cultivating gratitude in children begins at home, as we model discipline, patience and intentionality.
The Lord knows we’re prone to want more than we currently have, even if we have a lot. To help us combat these cravings, God provides the best available counsel to manage this challenge — the Bible.
After 12 years and three adoptions, I’ve often thought about how helpful it would have been to know then what we know now. Here are 10 things we’ve learned about adoption.
Envy holds our children back. Help them realize they are neither the best nor the worst at what they do so they can better celebrate the accomplishments of others.
One way to keep kids from feeling entitled is to encourage gratitude as your children’s first response.
Do your kids compare what they have to what others own? Help them beat this comparison game by learning to be thankful for what they have, even when others have more.
Our teens are quickly growing into the adults they will become. Help them respond respectfully, not emotionally.