Here are some insights and tips gleaned from 2 Samuel on how you can help your children grasp and practice the godly character of mercy.
Sibling rivalry is normal. But when one child seems to be at the center of all the discord, you may have a bully on your hands.
Kids fighting? Get to the bottom of sibling conflict with these helpful tips.
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.
Kids like things fair – at least when it benefits them. But Christian families are called to a higher standard than simply making sure everything is fair. Let’s explore the problems that stem from a “fairness focus” and some things you can do to address it.
How many times a day do you find yourself telling your kids to “be nice”? We can help them “be nice” to others by teaching them concrete ways to show love. This family activity will help your kids see and understand a simple but powerful way to show love to the most important people in their lives.
As the thermometer inches up this summer, so may tempers be increasing in your home. If you have kids that just can’t seem to get along, these tips may be just what you are looking for to cool things down.
Easter Egg hunts seem to foster the exact opposite spirit of the season: sacrificial giving. If you want to get away from the “give me” attitude of typical Easter Egg hunts, give this alternative a try this year.
Sending children to their rooms is a common parenting intervention. And it is a good one. It just may not good for all situations. Read on to find out about how sending your children to their rooms may not be effective for sibling arguments.