Adaptability as a parent requires a mom or dad to get rid of the “shoulds” that tend to come from comparing their experience as young adults to that of their kids.
COVID-19 creates a dilemma for small business owners. They don’t want their customers to be harmed, yet they don’t want to lose their livelihood.
While simple, small weddings aren’t necessarily on the radar as a trend, many couples are choosing to save money, minimize stress and focus on what matters most.
You can help your kids develop the fundamental character qualities they need to be successful.
An abortion is now legal at any point in some states if the baby is not considered viable. But what does “viable‚” mean, and who’s in charge of defining the term?
Five ways to instill character in your children and raise them to value and demonstrate integrity
We no longer get to make the “right” decision for our adult children. But we can keep our expectations from planting seeds of bitterness that may eventually overflow into our relationship with them.
Help your children identify God-given dreams by focusing on the why rather than the what in their lives.
Don’t settle for a response of “It’s not my fault” with your kids. Curb their bad habit of blaming others and making excuses.
Duck Dynasty’s Sadie Robertson encourages teens to take five seconds before making decisions that could change their lives . . . and she got it right. Here’s why.