As it was hard for Sarai to believe God’s promise that she would have a child, it can be hard for us to have faith when things don’t happen the way we desire.
I thought, “I would love my daughters to imitate women of the Bible who love the Lord, love others, and have a heart to seek Jesus.”
Ask the Lord to give you empathy for your mother, to help you understand, and to show you how you can love and support her in her struggles.
In our fractured world, we can echo Grant’s plea for harmony in the immortal words that grace his tomb in New York City, “Let us have peace.”
Your kids are growing up in a screen saturated world. With so many distractions, is real connection still possible? John and Danny share how if you want to be connected with your children, you need to start by modeling self control with your phone. Featuring David Kinnaman and Mark Matlock.
This stage combined with rebellion is not easy. Lean into your support system to help you stay emotionally balanced and to maintain perspective as you guide your preteen into the teen years.
While some kids enjoy following rules, you might have a child who loves to break them. To help encourage a rule-breaker child’s personality, John and Danny offer some ideas for leading your son or daughter in a godly direction. Featuring Connie Albers.
When you have a daughter you have a unique opportunity to show her what a special person she is. John and Danny share how to make your daughter feel accepted, even when she faces challenges. Featuring Meg Meeker.
Autism in females can be diagnosed and supported in young girls and teens. Girls with autism need to be highlighted and understood.
Learning how to get closer to God is a lifelong journey. For teenagers, growing closer to God depends on their personality, interests, and relationship with God.