To the 2020 Moms,You did it. You had your baby during a worldwide pandemic and shutdown. You attended birthing classes via Zoom. You delivered and trusted your newborn with people whose faces you still haven’t seen. You navigated an ever-changing school format with your kids. You became a teaching assistant, substitute teacher, teacher, principal, and …
The news can often terrify children. As a parent, you can help your kids sort through news stories they might see on TV.
Discussing boundaries and limits with your adult children will contribute to the good health of your relationship and minimize conflicts in the home.
While it’s hard to reconcile the image of a loving, righteous God in the midst of tragic loss, we parents need to stay focused on the sovereignty of God.
Community is essential for all parents, but especially single parents as we often manage the work of two people on our own.
Passing on faith to our grandkids is our duty before God. He commands us as grandparents to teach two generations, not just one.
When we teach our children to be pro-life, we teach them to be pro-all life. Pro-love values and protects the full gamut of all human life.
Your child’s life may not be going the way they want it to. They may have even gone through something horrible and tragic. Let them know God is the Author of great comebacks. He has an awesome one specially designed for them!
Each mom’s journey through the stages of motherhood will look slightly different. Mothers, overall, tend to handle certain things in each stage of their child’s life in certain ways. Those tendencies can be helpful as we journey through each stage of our child’s life
But there in the corner of my father’s dresser drawer, under the belts, was something I had never before seen: a well-worn black book with a gold-lettered title: “Father’s Manual.”