Children need to discover an ability or a skill they can be good at. And it’s our job as parents to help them discover it.
Dirty dishes. Messy bedrooms. Toys on the living room floor. Some days, there just isn’t a good way to avoid the chore wars. But there is always tomorrow, and you can be proactive.
It’s one of the most common parenting questions, especially for young parents. The topic charges emotions and often sparks controversy. The problem is, there’s not an easy answer.
You can help your kids develop the fundamental character qualities they need to be successful.
Parents can empower their kids to win their struggle against their own negative emotions.
Little moments in your child’s routine make for great times of worship to God.
Do your kids like to read? Get them excited for books by making your home a place where books are treasured.
Sometimes it feels like there’s not enough of us to go around because parenting is nonstop. Use these strategies to go from restless to resting in God’s peace as a parent.
Help your children understand what it means to be a priceless creation of God, no matter their age or stage.
Parents have exceptional influence over their children and the potential for leading them to Jesus