2020 was a challenging year for all of you parents out there. But look at all of the obstacles you’ve bravely overcome.
The holidays can be a stressful time. Here are 5 ways to overcome holiday stress this year.
To the 2020 Moms,You did it. You had your baby during a worldwide pandemic and shutdown. You attended birthing classes via Zoom. You delivered and trusted your newborn with people whose faces you still haven’t seen. You navigated an ever-changing school format with your kids. You became a teaching assistant, substitute teacher, teacher, principal, and …
When your family is broken, the holidays hurt. Here are three ways single parents can cope during the holiday season.
Kintsugi is the art of repairing something that has been broken with gold, with the understanding that the object is more beautiful because it has been broken. Like the art of kintsugi, God repairs the brokenness in our lives and makes us more beautiful through the process.
Offering encouragement to couples whose children are facing a crisis, author Elisa Morgan and her husband, Evan, describe how God and their faith have sustained them through the trials that have plagued their 40-year marriage, including their daughter’s teen pregnancy and their son’s drug addiction.
The news can often terrify children. As a parent, you can help your kids sort through news stories they might see on TV.
While it’s hard to reconcile the image of a loving, righteous God in the midst of tragic loss, we parents need to stay focused on the sovereignty of God.
We must be aware of what our kids are watching online and how it may impact them, especially in the case of the recent TikTok suicide video that has gone viral.
A child or teen suicide attempt represents much more than a medical problem. It represents a young person in crisis, crying out for help.