Me first! This is a common cry among young children who are developmentally in a self-oriented phase. As Christian parents, we can address this focus on self through correction and encouragment.
Try this effective technique for partnering with your child to find solutions to the problems you face in your home.
Is screen time dominating your childrens’ time? Reign it back in with this simple, but effective screen time management system.
What do you do when your kids learn a “bad” word? Here is a simple but effective tool that parents can use to help their children evaluate the words that they hear and say.
Going beyond behavior is one of the underlying principles of CfP. Here is a parenting printable on the Fruits of the Spirit that will help you do just that.
The two most important Christian parenting tools are prayer and relationship. How is your relationship with your children? How deep does it go? Read on to find out ways that you can build and maintain a great relationship with your kids – one that will become the foundation for future change.
What is the most effective parenting tool you have? Parenting tools (like time out and ignoring) are important tools to have. But if we miss the most foundational tools of all, we will only be scratching the surface. Here we will explore the first of these two Christian parenting essentials.
If you have ever wanted a parenting “cheat sheet” to keep with you, this post is for you. Here you will find a free Pocket Parenting printable with tips and encouragement to help you both keep your cool and your focus on Christ. Merry Christmas!
Kids who listen and obey are like the holy grail of parenting. If your children are struggling in this area, try this one simple change to your parenting style that will help increase their compliance and obedience.