Becoming a grandparent brings with it a new parenting style. Here are 5 tips to help you transition from being a parent to a grandparent.
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Science and the Bible aren’t meant to be separate or at odds with each other. Instead, science can be experienced because a brilliant Designer created our world.
As our kids grow up, they begin to ask more questions about the world. Unless you or your spouse is a scientist, these questions can often leave you feeling like you don’t have the “right” answer. Explore how the intersection between science and faith can guide your conversations about potentially difficult topics.
Is your toddler a climber? Here are a few ways that other parents have found to keep little climbers safe while also encouraging their curiosity.
Having a wild child can bring the eyes of judgment in every aisle of the grocery store. More discipline is not always the best answer. Explore how love, respect, grace, and forgiveness can equip you as you respond to your wild child.
When discussing and celebrating Cinco de Mayo with our kids, there’s a unique opportunity to teach them about the history, significance, and respect attached to cross-cultural holidays. Explore some of the key takeaways for you and your family.
Learn how to make Earth Day for your kids about stewardship rather than getting caught up in the politics and opinions of the day.
Preparing for fatherhood contains a mixture of fears and joys. Read about one story of a soon to be father and his journey towards growing into fatherhood. Then, discover how you can overcome four common fears of fatherhood.
As you communicate the importance of chores for your teens, reinforce the spiritual significance of work and its impact on the heart, mind, and soul.
Would you like more meaningful connection with your teens? Keep reading to learn more about how it’s important to spend face-to-face time with your teens, outside of screen time.