There are hundreds of things to teach our kids during their lifetime. Here are just twenty-five things that I want my kids to know. What would be on your list?
Teaching Life Skills
Bring your teens back to life by helping them get more rest.
Becoming an unexpected surrogate parent revealed God’s design for my students. Continue to lean into the roles that God develops for you.
God cares far more about our response after we sin. Luckily, He’s created an opportunity for us to choose repentance and forgiveness after we sin.
Our culture is saturated with distractions. Many parents are asking, “How can I get my child to focus on real life instead of a screen?” John and Danny share how you can encourage your child to put away distractions and focus on things that matter. Featuring Jonathan McKee.
Despite the danger of being pulled into slavery, Patrick obeyed the call of God to return to Ireland, bearing the light of the Gospel.
To create a healthy culture of responsibility, it begins with us as parents modeling a willingness to do those small things. Our children will pick up on our actions and will begin to live them out later in life. Watching them do this is in itself a great reward.
While the level and variety of chores depends on their age and stage, even the youngest child can learn how to make their bed
I know you’ve heard the term ‘helicopter parent.’ Are you one of them? If so, here are some solutions to avoiding helicopter parenting.
What is Multiple Intelligence Theory? Explore how our different learning styles affect learning and your child’s development inside and outside of school.