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.
What happens when we do everything “right” and our kids don’t turn out as we thought they would? God’s word provides comfort in a world that doesn’t always work the way we think it should.
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.
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!
When it comes to parenting, what are you better at? Showing or telling? Most of us have the telling part down pat. But being “doer’s” of our own words – well . . . that’s another story. Let’s explore the importance of modeling and the great grace of God when we fall short.
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.