Have your teens expressed doubts about their faith? Instead of panicking, help them work through their doubts — questions and concerns — to strengthen their faith.
Most parents love their children. However, many children don’t feel loved. Perhaps parents aren’t “speaking” their child’s primary love language.
The Gospel comes with a house key, and it starts with showing our children how to be hospitable to neighbors.
Rhett H. Wilson gives parents five ways to guide kids to become devoted Christ-followers.
Do you encourage your kids to pursue achievements or to develop their character? Your parenting might be telling of which you value more
We can’t change our adult children. But we can choose to keep communication open without compromising our convictions.
Seeking to parent our children the way God parents us can dramatically change the atmosphere of our home.
Helping our children experience the power of the Gospel begins with us living it out in our own lives.
Invest in your relationship, not only to keep you from regret, but to also give your teens a solid footing for their lives ahead
How a gentle approach can help your kids want to do what is right