Healthy communication at home is the best means of setting your children down the path to a promising future free of alcohol and drug abuse.
Your child has special gifts and talents. A big key to being a good parent is recognizing and encouraging those abilities in your son or daughter. John and Danny discuss what it looks like to draw out the gifts in your child. Featuring Rhonda Stoppe.
Single parents often find that knowing where to begin with talking to your kids about sex can feel overwhelming. But these conversations can succeed when rooted in Biblical principles.
Instagram and SnapChat may seem harmless and fun, but they can be addicting and damaging for your teens, when these apps are used in excess.
Sometimes reminding ourselves of our school options is enough to reduce the panic so we can focus on loving and leading our family. While many of us might never consider homeschooling or online school, the pandemic presents us with new choices for school options.
When your son or daughter is young, it’s common for him or her to cry a lot. But the tears are typically pointing to something deeper. John and Danny offer some helpful tips for talking to your kids about their true feelings. Featuring Josh and Christi Straub.
Should Christians celebrate Halloween? The answer is complex. As you and your family prepare for Halloween, continue to study, pray, and seek God’s wisdom.
To answer the question: Why does God allow suffering?, you and your children will need some logic, communication, and patience, as well as an understanding of God’s wisdom and the Bible.
While the problem of evil appears complicated, it’s certainly not a theological showstopper. Using Scripture mixed with a healthy dose of logic, you can adequately address your children’s concerns about why does God allow evil?
Our culture de-values empathy instead choosing to cultivate narcissism and apathy. Because of this, it’s more important than ever to teach our kids about empathy.