Tag: parent-child relationship
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.
Do you ever feel reluctant to discipline your kids? If so, you are not alone – the “man after God’s own heart” did the same. This article will explore four different reasons why parents may avoid discipline and what you can do about it.
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.
It seems to be so much easier to be kind and patient with other people’s children. Find out why this happens and what Christian parents can do about it.
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.
Have your kids become the sole focus of your life? Check out these 10 signs that you may have developed an unbalanced relationship.
The decision to look through your child’s things is one that should not be taken lightly. Here we help parents identify the circumstances in which an invasion of privacy is warranted.
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.