“I’ve seen lots of news stories linking adolescent social media use to bad mental health outcomes. What’s the connection between these things?”
Ages 13-18 (Teen)
Do you know how to parent your creative kids? Poet Tanner Olson has some advice for you. Learn how to effectively connect, support, and encourage the creativity in your family.
What is a worldview and how does it impact how we view our family and our consumption of entertainment? Discover how you can find meaning through building a strong foundation and worldview upon the Christian faith.
In his book Your Best Life Later, pastor Andy McQuitty explores how writing letters to his kids not only prepared his kids to live their best life, but also how he could live his best life as a father. Explore these messages from Andy to positively impact your parenting approach with your kids.
Unfortunately, summer camp environments do not guarantee your children’s complete safety. We want to come alongside your family as you prepare to send your children to summer camp so they can be safe and enjoy their time away.
Invisible disabilities may be internal or mental, so people living with these issues can endure bullying at any age.
Our long-term goal as parents is to raise children who will practice self-control and manage technology well on their own.
Does your kid have the back to school blues? Discover some tips to help your kids overcome their negative feelings about returning to school.
Our teens’ self-worth must come from their knowledge of who Jesus is and from the assurance of His love and care. Parents can emphasize these truths as they model acceptance, forgiveness and love.
The metaverse presents an interesting situation for parents. With its introduction, the line between real and virtual is growing blurrier by the day. That’s why it’s important for parents to have a good understanding of boundaries for your family.