It can be tempting to disengage from our teens. Nehemiah has some tips on how we can finish strong in parenting our teens. Includes resources.
Let go and let God. Easier said than done – especially with our kids. Let’s take a look at a great example of trusting God with our children from Exodus 2.
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.
Training wheels are great for helping a child move from a tricycle to a two-wheeler. But as I learned this past weekend, training wheels can hold a child back if used too long. Are there other areas of life in which we inadvertently hold our kids back? Join me as we seek to find the balance between protecting and letting go.
Pain. Hardship. Struggles. These are all things that we try to avoid. But if you find yourself in the midst of a trial, there may be more good in it than you thought.
Are you going through a tough time? Do you want to shout, like the disciples did in their wave-torn boat, “Don’t you care about me at all God?” If so, read on for comfort and encouragement. You will find He has been with you all along.
This is our last in a series of three articles on the basics of Christian parenting. Here we will explore the different traps that well-meaning Christian parents can fall into.
Of course you love your child, but maybe circumstances are such that you don’t like him much right now. Find out what you can do to rekindle your feelings of connection and compassion towards your child.
Do you find yourself comparing your personality or parenting skills to others? How can you accept who God has made you to be? Here are some simple truths that will hopefully encourage you as a parent and child of God.