This article explores how to talk with your children about people with disabilities. Your kids may have some tough questions. This article will give you some tips on how to address those questions. Dedicated to my sweet Uncle Walt.
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Do your kids have a God-complex? Do they simply speak and expect results? Here is one simple idea Christian parents can use to reinforce the importance of submission.
Christmas is the stage on which our children’s manners are forced into the spotlight. Spending a little extra time in preparation for Christmas can do a lot to warm the hearts of both the giver and the receiver. Here are some quick tips to help your kids get ready for the “big day.”
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Does your family have set rules for behavior? Do you wonder what kinds of things should be included on your rule list? Here are some suggestions to get you started as well as some tips on how best to implement your family’s rules.