Advent is a fun, faith-filled way to keep the family focused on Jesus throughout Christmas. Learn how to make Advent for your kids!
Teach children how to show gratitude, especially around Thanksgiving.
The Bible tells us to live with an attitude of gratitude, and research tells us that gratitude has a positive impact on our minds and social behaviors. Here are five ways to teach kids gratitude in your home.
Nurturing gratitude doesn’t always come easy. It’s an intentional part of parenting, and an important trait every family can cultivate.
Help your kids get more out of Christmas.
Learn how to address and answer your child’s questions about LGBT pronoun usage. Then, cultivate healthy conversations about how to equip your children to communicate using love, care, and compassion.
Male and female are not what we feel we are, but what we actually are. Help your kids sort the truth from fiction regarding transgenderism because transgenderism doesn’t physically exist.
How much control does, or should, a parent have over an adult child?
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.