In a discussion based on their book Discipline That Connects With a Child’s Heart, Jim and Lynne Jackson offer parents biblically-based practical advice for disciplining their children with grace and love. (Part 2 of 2)
Behavior & Discipline
In a discussion based on their book Discipline That Connects With a Child’s Heart, Jim and Lynne Jackson offer parents biblically-based practical advice for disciplining their children with grace and love. (Part 1 of 2)
What’s interesting about nature and nurture in child development is that they are both significantly impacted by the way God made us.
As our children grow through different stages of their life, there are many things we can do as parents to encourage positive social and behavioral development.
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.
Sibling conflict is unavoidable. It’s just part of life with young humans whose “life-giving skills are still developing,” Cartmell explains. But that conflict can have benefits.
Living with Your Family in Close Quarters So here you are, at home with your family in close quarters. Your children are running around wild, and you’re wondering how you’re going to get your work done and care for your kids at the same time. The technology that allows us to continue with business as …
Will you take the challenge to stop grumbling for a year? Tricia Goyer’s family did.
Sometimes letting kids make mistakes can be the best help a parent can give.
What should you do if your kids have been vaping? Learn all you can about it and then start the conversation with them.