Nurturing gratitude doesn’t always come easy. It’s an intentional part of parenting, and an important trait every family can cultivate.
Having a wild child can bring the eyes of judgment in every aisle of the grocery store. More discipline is not always the best answer. Explore how love, respect, grace, and forgiveness can equip you as you respond to your wild child.
You never know how talking about war might unlock a different view or perspective for both you and your kids.
We can’t shield our kids from hearing about war, mass shootings, and violence against innocents. But how should you talk to them?
Have you ever noticed how societal trends can influence the personal identities of an entire generation?
I’ve found that ultimately, even when my children want to be respected as an adult, they also crave the comfort of a parent.
Sometimes it’s hard to know if you’re disciplining your children effectively. Try using these five measures from the Bible.
How much control does, or should, a parent have over an adult child?