Talking to kids about sin doesn’t have to be too serious. Use this simple spring-time object lesson to make a lasting impression.
Are you looking for a way to make Mom feel special this Mother’s Day? You can use these tips to put together a simple (really!) but meaningful Mother’s Day dinner at home.
Get practical tips on how to help your child identify, process and uncover the root cause of his or her anger.
Anger is an emotion that we all experience. In this article, we will take an close-up look at anger from a Christian perspective. You might be surprised at what you learn.
If you have a highly sensitive child there are things you can do to instill and encourage healthy coping mechanisms. Here are several parenting tips for raising a highly sensitive child.
Self-esteem is a concept that has many parents confused. Here we will explore self-esteem from a Christian perspective as well as some ideas for application for Christian parents.
The decision to look through your child’s things is one that should not be taken lightly. Here we help parents identify the circumstances in which an invasion of privacy is warranted.
Your kids may have some hard questions about Good Friday and the Crucifixion. It’s good to be prepared if they do. Here are four common questions kids ask and some kid-friendly answers.
Explaining the significance of the cross to children can be difficult. This simple but powerful activity and devotional will give you the language and imagery to help even the smallest children grasp what Jesus did for them on Good Friday.
The ability to make good decisions is a skill that all children need to learn. As our children age, we can help them acquire this skill by teaching them how to objectively view the circumstances surrounding a decision. This simple model will help both you and your kids make sound, well-infomed, God centered decisions.
Do you feel that there is a great divide between you and your teenager? You can close the gap by applying God’s model for reaching the “unreachable.” These five steps will start you on the road toward restoration and reconciliation.