Sometimes it feels like there’s not enough of us to go around because parenting is nonstop. Use these strategies to go from restless to resting in God’s peace as a parent.
Ages 13-18 (Teen)
Understanding the teen brain requires patience, kindness, and grace. Learn from Dr. Ben Carson about how you can help your teen learn to THINK BIG as they continue to develop and grow.
Different discipline styles can lead to conflict. Before you take sides, consider these five areas that will help you build unity in your parenting. Then create your own parenting strategy.
Too much screen use in the bedroom is a big part of why teens don’t get enough sleep.
Discover a personal story about teens and the modern work world. Training teens for the work world requires a strong emphasis on work ethic, developing social skills, and guidance on the biblical perspective on work. Finally, strengthen your teen’s work ethic through these tips and strategies.
There is misconception that children should find their faith completely on their own.
What should you do if your kids have been vaping? Learn all you can about it and then start the conversation with them.
The question “can we know the future?” has captivated the human imagination for centuries. Today, social media platforms exploit this fascination, drawing young people towards witchcraft and divination practices.
Abusive marriages like Emma’s are more common than many realize. God’s plan for a family never included abuse.
If your teen is experiencing anxiety. You are not alone.