I have noticed a recurring pattern where people tiptoe around particular conversations when they are around me.
Cultivating gratitude in children begins at home, as we model discipline, patience, and intentionality.
Finding your place of belonging is often more difficult than you think.
Ask the Lord to give you empathy for your mother, to help you understand, and to show you how you can love and support her in her struggles.
Deborah Pegues offers an insightful look at everyday worry and anxiety and effective ways to deal with the stress they cause. With hope and biblical wisdom, she encourages you to seek God and conquer these troublesome emotions.
It is possible to teach our children how to show empathy and altruism, even in today’s world. We want our children to both feel compassion and have the courage and willingness to step in and help others. If we are intentional as parents in demonstrating empathy and altruism, our children will notice and will learn …
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.
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.