We’re not promising that an overnight summer camp will immediately provide your child with an abundance of confidence for the rest of his or her life. However, we are confident that, in age-appropriate doses, experiences like camp will present your child with opportunities for healthy development.
Preparing for the Holidays
National Teacher’s Day provides the perfect opportunity for students and their parents to show appreciation, support, and thankfulness to teachers.
When discussing and celebrating Cinco de Mayo with our kids, there’s a unique opportunity to teach them about the history, significance, and respect attached to cross-cultural holidays. Explore some of the key takeaways for you and your family.
Learn how to make Earth Day for your kids about stewardship rather than getting caught up in the politics and opinions of the day.
During this time of the year, our culture floats various definitions and examples of love towards our children. Use these activities and ideas to create a meaningful Valentine’s Day for your whole family.
It’s easy for Valentine’s Day to begin and end with consumerism and gifts. But the history of Valentine’s Day combined with its connection to Christianity provides a foundation for important conversation with your kids. Explore our Bible Lesson involving God’s perspective on love to help your kids positively approach this holiday.
Need a New Year’s resolution your kids can keep? This year, resolve to intentionally listen for God’s voice in Scripture and respond to Him.
Vulnerable children experience Christmas differently. Seemingly small, insignificant things can mean the world to them at Christmas.
Explore our Advent Devotionals for your family! This week’s theme is Peace. Learn more about how you can develop your family’s peace this Christmas season.
You can make Christmas special for kids in foster care by creating and donating any one of these easy holiday crafts.