Years from now, your kids won’t remember if you had all the dishes done or if you contributed to every bake sale. But they will remember the times you spent together and how it brought joy to their heart.
Whether you are enjoying or being challenged by this time of living with your young adult child, it’s a great time to develop adaptability.
Rules are important, but connecting with your teen is essential.
Don’t waste this crisis. Use it to take control of your life. The best place to start is by making a list of what you have and what you need.
One of our goals as parents must be to manage our own thought bubbles so that we can be a model for our kids.
Take some time to learn about the personalities of people around you. The goal is for your family to take the frustration that can come from different personalities and turn it into understanding how different personalities can benefit each other.
Now, more than ever, we need to be mindful of our screens and how we use them. We should always be their masters—and never let them be masters over us.
Even when school is out, your student can still shine Christ’s light for those at their school. Here are a few practical ways students can share God’s love with their school while at home.
Feeling depressed? Bible verses about faith and hope along with coping skills may offer help to families during the hard times of quarantine.
Focus on the Family President Jim Daly shares about asking his kids to grade his parenting. When done right, this can be a meaningful and growing experience for you and your kids.