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.
A concept emerged that led to the birth of American freedom, a celestial idea that still reverberates – that all men are created equal.
Young people are often confused by rhetoric coming from their peers, schools, and media. How can parents respond when asked about abortion?
Helping young children process grief is a challenging, but beautiful privilege.
We’re not promising that an overnight summer camp will immediately provide your child with an abundance of confidence for the rest of his or her life. However, we are confident that, in age-appropriate doses, experiences like camp will present your child with opportunities for healthy development.
The good news is there are things we can do to help our children with anxiety attacks. Here are are few things you could implement.
Finding a way to fit science and religion together can feel overwhelming. For our teens, logic and reasoning present some of the greatest threats to complete belief in Christianity. However, as parents, you can guide your teen to a deeper understanding of how God created science to support our faith and belief in Him.
Unfortunately, a guarantee doesn’t come with the safeguarding suggestions, but they can help prevent teen suicide.
These simple ways of disciplining your children enables other adults to see past your children’s behavior and enrich their lives.
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.