Every parent hopes their child will live with sexual integrity. Here are 5 quick tips for handling the almost inevitable fact that your child will look at porn, whether on purpose or accidentally.
Far too many parents never talk to their children about sexual topics. As awkward as it is, it is necessary. Here are a few tips on how you can begin the conversation.
A father’s blessing can be very powerful. Don’t ever think it is too late to bless your children and tell them what they mean to you. It is so important they hear words of affirmation from their father often. Here are two different blessings you can speak and pray over your children.
Hey families! Here is a quick devotional you can discuss with your kids on what it means to be a cheerful giver and why we should give our firstfruits!
Family values are the character qualities we commit to living out in our family, and the characteristics we desire to pass on to our children. What values determine the way you live your life? What values do you wish to pass down to your children? This exercise will help you determine some family values so you can leave a Godly legacy!
What do we do when the fear our kids vocalize is the fear we too feel inside but we can’t possibly let them see? Here are a couple of things we can do when it comes to wrestling the fear in our lives and the lives of our kids.
Anxiety can look different in children, teens, and adults. We don’t always have the answers on how to comfort our kids, but here are a few tips on how to give hope to an anxious child.
There are so many things going on in the lives of our teens that are out of our control. Even in the midst of the growing pains of adolescence, God wants our teens to experience grace and peace! Here are a few steps to help your teen experience peace!
One important part of your job as a parent is to help your students navigate the relationships in their lives. One way you can do this is by making sure you are asking the right questions. Here are some tips on how to help your student be a better friend.
One of the main problems we have as parents is that we expect way too much of ourselves when it comes to discipling our kids, and when we can’t live up to the expectations, we feel like failures and often quit. Here are some tips to help you live out every day discipleship.