Having conversations with our kids is critical for building a solid foundation of trust, demonstrating steadfast love, and teaching them how to grow as a young person. These 50 questions to ask your kids are a great starting point for conversations around the dinner table.
Ages 13-18 (Teen)
God is greater than suicide. Trust him to provide strength, courage, and endurance for the journey of life after suicide.
Parenting a child with bipolar disorder can be difficult. Here are some ways you can help your child with bipolar disorder.
Within parenting, we must directly face the reality that our children are our responsibility, but at the same time, they are separate from us. As your children grow up, there will be more opportunities for better parenting and better obedience. Because of this, gentle parenting’s popularity is rising. How does this parenting style really play …
We must be more intentional with mental health awareness and giving space for us all to recognize and act in love when struggles occur.
Four tips for parents on how to help a teenager with anxiety and depression. As your teen faces challenges, be prepared to help.
We cannot prevent a panic attack or talk our loved one out of one. Reason and logic only create more angst in the situation. We can equip them and empower them by teaching them coping skills.
Your kids may be asking the question, “Why did Jesus die?” It’s an important question and a wonderful opportunity for you as a parent to help your child understand the importance of Christ’s death and resurrection.
National Teacher’s Day provides the perfect opportunity for students and their parents to show appreciation, support, and thankfulness to teachers.
The middle grades can be an especially difficult time for any child. But for tweens with autism this time can produce even greater challenges. Learning how to deal with the school environment is key in helping these kids find their place in society and experience success.