Here are 10 ways to raise your kids as contributors to the world around them and to make a difference in the lives of others.
Here’s an easy way to teach your kids to dive into God’s Word: show them how to R.E.A.D. the Bible!
The Bible emphasizes the importance of grandparents. It is vital that grandparents be involved in the lives of their grandchildren.
Authoritative parenting values the relationship with their son or daughter while valuing the development of their child. The New Year is a great time to focus on implementing this parenting style in your life.
We live in a world that seems obsessed with solving problems by destroying life instead of nurturing it. These 4 ideas can help you to form passionate pro-life hearts in your children.
It would be wonderful if all grandparents lived near their grandchildren and had easy access to them, but in today’s world, that is rarely the case. If you are a long-distance grandparent, here are ten ways to stay connected.
Kintsugi is the art of repairing something that has been broken with gold, with the understanding that the object is more beautiful because it has been broken. Like the art of kintsugi, God repairs the brokenness in our lives and makes us more beautiful through the process.
Peer pressure is real. Help your kids spot peer pressure, gain tools to deal with it, and be strong enough to deal with someone’s reaction to hearing “no.”
It is critical that we teach our children how to discuss politics with others – both inside and outside the family – in a loving, respectful way
One of the greatest legacies you can leave your children is the gift of cross-cultural confidence and competency. The journey will not only transform their hopes and goals, but the way they live and love.