Tag: child development
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.
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.
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.
Studies have found that siblings can impact each other’s development more than parents. Learn what you can do to foster healthy and positive sibling relationships in your home.
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.
Affirmation is much different than empty praise. Here we will learn what affirmation is all about and ways you can affirm both your child’s character and her spiritual growth.
The beginning of the New Year is a natural backdrop for change. If you have a child who has developed a bad habit, consider these tips to help you team up with your child to defeat the unwanted behavior.
Most children know that they should not talk to strangers. But do our kids know who qualifies as a stranger? Here we will get back to basics and explore what you can say to make sure your children know how to be safe.