Discipline is a lot more than just telling our kids what we don't want them to do. Here we explore the importance of training and some ways to do it.
Category - Train and Correct
These articles will help you train your children and address misbehavior- all from a biblical, restoration perspective.
Your child is raging and you don't know what you do. Here are things you can do in and out of the moment if your child is out of control
What can parents do if their child hits at school? Here are tips on how to collaborate, understand and intervene in aggressive behaviors at school.
Kids who outright refuse to obey can be a challenge to deal with. Here we explore why kids overtly disobey and how parents can effectively respond.
It can be hard to get kids to hear and obey and instruction. This post explores one reason why kids may disobey and what you can do about it.
Are you confused about the use of time out in discipline? This post examines why time out does not work and what makes it more effective.
Does your little one struggle to leave playdates? These 5 tips will equip you with the tools needed to help your preschooler with transitions.
If you have discovered your child is lying, you are not alone. It is a common misbehavior. Here is a biblical model from John 4 to address lying in kids.
The Bible is relevant to everyday life- even parenting. Here we will explore how to biblically discipline your children based on how God dealt with the 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.
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.
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 are some alternative to saying no regardless of the age of your child.