Does your little one struggle to leave playdates? These 5 tips will equip you with the tools needed to help your preschooler with transitions.
Category - Train and Correct
These articles will help you train your children and address misbehavior- all from a biblical restoration perspective.
Have you noticed a pattern of lying in your child? Here we use a biblical model from John 4 to address it.
There are a lot of different parenting methods out there. It can be confusing. Let's look at how God handled the very first sin of all time.
If meal time leaves you exhausted, try these tips to shift the dynamics around food in your home. Reclaim meal time as family time.
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.
Here we address the real reason God gave us the 10 Commandments and how we can use this information to share the gospel with our children every day.
There is some surprisingly helpful parenting advice in the book of Leviticus. Here we take a look at a biblical model for discipline based on God's relationship with the nation of Israel.
Me first! This is a common cry among young children who are developmentally in a self-oriented phase. As Christian parents, we can address this focus on self through correction and encouragment.
Kids fooling around when they should be listening and learning? Try these tips to get your daily family devotions back on track.
Going beyond behavior is one of the underlying principles of CfP. Here is a parenting printable on the Fruits of the Spirit that will help you do just that.
The beginning of the New Year is a natural backdrop for change. If you have a child who has developed a bad habit, consider these tips to help you team up with your child to defeat the unwanted behavior.
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."
When is the last time you sat down and had a purposeful conversation with your kids on the topic of manners? If it has been a while, here are some questions you can ask to assess how manners-wise your children are.
"No" is a small but powerful word. Here we learn about some viable alternatives as well as some ways to use "no" effectively.
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.
Kids who listen and obey are like the holy grail of parenting. If your children are struggling in this area, try this one simple change to your parenting style that will help increase their compliance and obedience.
Controlling children can be very difficult to handle - even for the most patient of parents. Here we will uncover the answer to the question: How can I control my controlling child?
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.