Unfortunately, kids don’t always tell us what’s bothering them. So it’s often up to parents to figure out how to help kids share and overcome their fears.
An in-depth look at what factors may cause a teen to commit suicide.
While the cause of stress in your children depends on a variety of influences, you can provide hope and support through security and comfort.
Kathi Lipp describes how a close call with a house fire inspired her to plan and prepare for difficult situations of all kinds. She offers practical steps your family can take toward emergency preparedness as a supplement to depending on God and abiding in His peace in the midst of life’s storms.
When a person dies by suicide, the family and friends who survive them must find ways to cope and continue to honor their life.
Body image issues and eating disorders are rooted in cultural messages – so how can we help our kids overcome them?
You’re not imagining things – these are difficult times for parents and kids. Developing an understanding of your family’s unique and individual fears and stresses can benefit your ability to cultivate security.
Turner and Tara Simkins share their story of their young son’s four-year battle with leukemia (which he survived) and how their faith was strengthened as they depended on God to sustain them through that harrowing experience. Our guests offer hope and encouragement for those faced with dire circumstances.
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.
A marital affair can be devastating to a family. There is no one easy answer for talking to your kids, as every child and situation is different. If you are facing this situation in your family, here are seven tips for talking to your kids after any sort of marital crisis has occurred.