Not long ago, a couple asked me to meet with their son who was having trouble finding direction for his future. He’d become uninterested in his studies—it was difficult for him to recognize how his school projects and assignments could matter to him in the future. In this young man’s case, I felt that technology …
Did you know the majority of students in the United States spend at least six hours per day in school? That’s a lot of time, and it presents a unique challenge to Christian students who spend that time in an environment that’s completely different than—or even contradicts—what they learn at home and at church. In …
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As long as kids are reading, does it matter what they read? It does. Here’s why.
In today’s culture, reading is one way to help your kids attain more academically. Here are some ideas to create a culture of reading in your home.
Teaching children to think critically, whether in books or about what people say, is a skill that will benefit them their entire life.
Best-selling author Jonathan Catherman and his teen sons, Reed and Cole, offer encouragement to parents and kids who are worried about leaving behind the familiarity of elementary school to transition to middle school. Our guests cover topics that include bullies, relationship drama, communication with parents, and much more.
You can find good books for your kids by starting with our list of genres and then matching books to your children’s interests.
Plan ahead and make adjustments to pave the way for a strong transition from elementary to middle school.
Do your kids like to read? Get them excited for books by making your home a place where books are treasured.