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These articles offer biblical encouragement to help you keep at the hard work of parenting as well as gentle nudges to take a closer look at yourself and your patterns.
You may be struggling right now as a Christian parent, overwhelmed with your role. Let's look to the Bible for assurances that God has equipped you for the task.
It can be hard to find a therapist that "fits." Here are some tips to help you find a therapist that is right for you.
The fuller our lives get, the easier it is to let our parenting slide. If you are a weary Christian parent, here are some tips to help you re-engage and get your parenting back on track.
If you find that your kids don't listen to you, these three reasons might uncover the reason why, and what you can do about it.
It's easy to let the headlines fill us with fear lately. We can either turn off all connection with the outside world or we can fill our hearts up with something else entirely.
When's the last time you prioritized your spouse over your kids? Here are some tips to make your marriage first in your family.
As things open up, you might be tempted to jump right back into your life before COVID. Before you and your family take that leap, consider some of these ideas.
Not every parent loves to play with their kids. If you find yourself in this camp, you are not alone. Here are a few insights to encourage you.
Parenting when stressed can bring out the worst in us. Some lash out, some retreat. Refocus and regroup with these tips for Christian parents.
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.
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.
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.
The Bible is rich with parenting advice for the Christian parent. Here we learn the art of keeping our cool in crisis from the prophet Elisha.
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.
Jesus criticized the Pharisees for focusing on how they looked on the outside and neglecting the heart. Christian parents can fall into the same trap.
It's so hard when we look around and see all the pain and suffering in this world. The solution? We need eyes like Jesus.