The Word is a Great Tool in Parenting

2017-09-13T20:27:08+00:00

By June Foster Parenting? Yes, I qualify to speak on the subject as I'm a mom, grandmother, and great-grandmother, though I don't know where the years went. As parents, we have opportunity to mold and

The Word is a Great Tool in Parenting 2017-09-13T20:27:08+00:00

Coming to Grips With A Child’s Suicide

2018-07-17T16:04:43+00:00

By Jean Ann Williams When I was 50 years old, my youngest child, Joshua, died by suicide. After his loss, I’ve often examined my growing up years, because my mother also died by suicide as

Coming to Grips With A Child’s Suicide 2018-07-17T16:04:43+00:00

All Meals Aren’t Masterpieces (But We Are!)

2017-07-28T23:39:46+00:00

By Julie Arduini Our almost 14-year-old daughter falls into the category of special needs because of her health. Her life had a rocky start with a late congenital hypothyroid diagnosis and office error. She had

All Meals Aren’t Masterpieces (But We Are!) 2017-07-28T23:39:46+00:00

A Balancing Act?

2017-06-12T20:43:27+00:00

Are you off balance with your life? Rather than trying to achieve balance, author Jocelyn Green posits that women should embrace our lopsided lives instead in her latest book, Free to Lean: Making Peace with

A Balancing Act? 2017-06-12T20:43:27+00:00

3 Ways to Not Be a Drama Mama  

2017-06-12T20:35:07+00:00

By Cindi McMenamin Would you classify yourself as a Drama Mama? I don’t think any of us sets out to be high maintenance or over-emotional when it comes to parenting. But we can be drama

3 Ways to Not Be a Drama Mama   2017-06-12T20:35:07+00:00

The Roller-Coaster Ride of Parenting

2017-05-30T13:18:05+00:00

By Ellie Gustafson That our children turned out well might indicate we did something right as parents. Even though bad kids can come from good parents, God is the moderator in such matters. Parenting works

The Roller-Coaster Ride of Parenting 2017-05-30T13:18:05+00:00

Forgiving Yourself For Your Failures as a Parent

2017-05-25T00:19:34+00:00

By Christine Lindsay Parenting is a bumpy road, especially if your family is blended in some manner through adoption, or divorce and remarriage, or any other number of life stresses. But when you fail—and believe

Forgiving Yourself For Your Failures as a Parent 2017-05-25T00:19:34+00:00

Dealing With Shyness

2017-05-30T12:56:27+00:00

By Lillian Duncan Most parents love when their child is that precocious child who grabs the heart and attention of everyone in the room. But what about the quiet child? The shy child? As a

Dealing With Shyness 2017-05-30T12:56:27+00:00

Yet God

2017-02-21T15:58:49+00:00

By Doreen Hanna Did you feel your dreams came true the moment you held your new born for the first time? Then delighted in their first word or step? Quickly, months turned into years, and

Yet God 2017-02-21T15:58:49+00:00