Your parenting style expresses who you are and the decisions you’ve made. Why do you show that style in this way?
On this Grandparent’s Day – consider the relationship your kids have with your parents.
Do you stick with your discipline modes? Do you have to remind your kids that you just warned them not to continue with their current behavior? What could change this cycle?
Have you ever considered what other people are saying to your child? Are you being intentional about who your child regards highly enough to accept their advice?
School has just started, how’s it going? Are you ready to help your kids grow to their fullest potential this year?
When is the perfect time to teach your child? In helping our kids to be thriving adults, what skills and wisdom do they need today that will influence their future?
What happens when families serve together? What examples can fathers set for their children? Imagine the implications of teaching your kids about compassion through first-hand experience. What’s holding you back?
Some things we face as parents are really big, even if others don’t see the enormous weight we are carrying. That’s when we find ourselves feeling helpless. -By Sarah Turner
She stopped and said “but I’m scared of Heaven!”
Maybe there’s a reason he’s been obnoxious.
Is it possible to be too busy for God? Is it crazy to think that giving up control to God could change the way you live? Just what might that look like?
Sharing your best moments on Facebook has become a common practice of parents around the world. How does your family stack up?
It’s that time of year when children are finishing up the school year, you’re attending final concerts and gathering for awards ceremonies. Here’s a little perspective in for those moments. – By Sarah Turner
There are many holidays in our calendar with honor as the underlying emphasis. Consider how the celebration of a day could be a teachable moment in your home.
Dispelling the Myth
–One VERY deep breath at a time.
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The time we have available to shape the next generation is just 936 weeks long…
Have you kids ever asked you for something beyond your budget? How have you managed the conversation? See how four resourceful kids moved beyond the limitations presented to them.