3 Ways to Hook Your Kids on Devotions

2018-09-13T21:31:44+00:00

By guest blogger JP Robinson Last week, I told my kids that I’d have to cancel our devotions that evening because a family activity had run later than expected. Their response was typical: a resounding

3 Ways to Hook Your Kids on Devotions 2018-09-13T21:31:44+00:00

Early Riser Plagued by Fears

2018-07-17T16:13:05+00:00

Q: Our 6-year-old son is an early riser. He is to stay in his room until 6 a.m., then allowed to come downstairs to play quietly. Lately he has been waking up mom and dad

Early Riser Plagued by Fears 2018-07-17T16:13:05+00:00

Teaching Kindness

2018-07-17T16:06:39+00:00

Q: How can I teach my 10-year-old daughter to have a kind heart? Her 7-year-old sister is always doing sweet things for her without prompting, and she sees it modeled between her dad and I

Teaching Kindness 2018-07-17T16:06:39+00:00

April Parenting Thought of the Month: Do You Have a Strong-Willed Child Or a Hidden-Willed Child?

2018-07-17T16:04:42+00:00

Google “strong-willed child” and you’ll find a plethora of articles and books about how to parent a stubborn, difficult, defiant and high-spirited child. Strong-willed children are defined as kids who defy, disobey and emphatically refuse—often

April Parenting Thought of the Month: Do You Have a Strong-Willed Child Or a Hidden-Willed Child? 2018-07-17T16:04:42+00:00

Set Dating Ground Rules Early

2018-09-13T21:36:10+00:00

By guest blogger Mary L. Hamilton The first week of sixth grade, a girl invited my son to see a movie with her and another couple. “It’s not a date,” my son argued. I countered

Set Dating Ground Rules Early 2018-09-13T21:36:10+00:00