This season in our country is fraught with turmoil. Let's turn to the Word of God to see how Christians from both sides of the aisle can be a light amidst a dark world.
Author - Laura Kuehn, LCSW
Picture books are a wonderful tool that parents can use to instill values in their children. Here we review a new children's book that can be used to address prejudice in an age appropriate way.
If you are just entering the teen years, it can feel overwhelming. Arm yourself with the basics with these 5 tips for Christian parents.
Pandemics spread more than viruses. Let's dig into God's word and calm our weary souls so we can spread peace instead of panic to our children.
Do you find that your discipline falls flat? Maybe it isn't discipline at all. Here we look to God's word to learn what what God considers ineffective discipline.
Some kids are good at pitting one parent against the other. Don't fall for it! Make a commitment to be a unified in your parenting with these tips.
Here we explore how parents might use the themes in the book of Song of Songs to address some important but sometimes difficult topics with their children.
Here we dig into Ecclesiastes and find some helpful truths for Christian parents regarding fearing God, storing up treasure and finding meaning in the here and now.
Do we have faith like a child? As parents, we can learn a lot about our relationship with our heavenly Father by watching our children.
In this article we explore 8 different ways you can live out your faith as a means of modeling your relationship with the Lord for your children.
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.
Christian parents have a responsibility to share their faith with their children. This article encourages us to take a closer look at how we are doing at passing on our faith.
What's the difference between guilt and conviction? Here we explore the differences using Psalm 51 and include some ways we can use this knowledge in parenting.
How can parents help a hurting child? The book of Job provides great guidelines on what you can do and what you should avoid.
Do your kids get upset when they don't get the recognition they feel they deserve? Here's a family devotional guide on the Book of Esther that addresses this very issue (includes resources for younger kids).
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.
What is a parent to do or say when their child wants to date a non-Christian? Here we address the idea of "dating evangelism" with some insights from the book of Ezra.
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.
Modern churches seem to fracture families. If we take a look at 1 Chronicles 24-27, we see that families served together. Let's reconsider how we do church and how families can serve the Lord together.
The Bible is rich with parenting advice. Here we learn the art of keeping our cool in crisis from the prophet Elisha.