You can move forward after a rift with your adult children by learning new ways to build trust and respect between you and your child.
Ages 19+ (Adult)
Just when you thought it was safe to enjoy your newly empty nest, your adult child decides to move back in. Here’s how parents and grown children can work together to make the experience a positive one.
How can parents stop enabling and set boundaries for adult children?
In his final years, my father slipped into dementia and eventually struggled to remember even the simplest daily things. But he never forgot the power of the Holy Spirit working in his life.
Celebrating the holidays with clear communication and healthy boundaries with your young adults will make your time together more memorable and enjoyable.
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?
If you’re experiencing the loss of a prodigal son or daughter who isn’t currently in touch with you, you probably feel helpless. Here are some ways to understand a prodigal child and find hope if you have a prodigal child.
Young people are often confused by rhetoric coming from their peers, schools, and media. How can parents respond when asked about abortion?
College-bound kids and their faith have never been more threatened. Starting college unprepared and alone is a no longer a viable option. As a parent, now you can positively shape your young adult before they leave for college, make sure they are already connected in community long before they arrive. Resources like Every Student Sent, …
Creative ideas tips for purposeful grand parenting. Here’s how you can find your place in your grandchildren’s lives and hearts, near and far.