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How to Parent YOUR Child

How to Parent YOUR Child

How do you parent the children you have been given? Here are five tips to help Christian parents tailor their parenting to the unique children in their homes.

Understanding Your Child’s Fear of the Dark

Understanding Your Child’s Fear of the Dark

Many children go through a phase of being afraid of the dark. If you find yourself in a nightly battle with your child, here are some insights to help you get to the bottom of their fears.

Sibling Rivalry – When Your Oldest Child Has Become a Bully

Sibling Rivalry – When Your Oldest Child Has Become a Bully

Sibling rivalry is normal. But when one child seems to be at the center of all the discord, you may have a bully on your hands.

Does My Child Need Therapy?  If So, What Kind?

Does My Child Need Therapy? If So, What Kind?

Seeking the right mental health treatment for your child may seem like a daunting task. It doesn’t have to be. This article will explore the reasons to seek treatment and different options available for children and their families.

How to Disciple Children: Tips for Christian Parents

How to Disciple Children: Tips for Christian Parents

Disciplining our children is important. For Christian parents, discipling is even more so. Here we address tips for being and making disciples of Jesus in our own homes.

Parenting the Heart, Not Behavior

Parenting the Heart, Not Behavior

God cares about our hearts – the motivation behind our behaviors. As Christian parents, we should too.

A Good Friday Family Devotional

A Good Friday Family Devotional

Make the meaning of Good Friday come alive for your children with this family devotional activity.

Are You Raising a Pharisee or a David?

Are You Raising a Pharisee or a David?

Christian parents want children who follow the Lord. But what that looks like might not be what we’d expect.

Christian Parenting: Talking to Kids about Premarital Sex

Christian Parenting: Talking to Kids about Premarital Sex

Talking to your children about the problems with premarital sex doesn’t have to be hard. Use this simple anaolgy to get the conversation going.