Articles Tagged 'Parenting'

Teach Them Diligently

Teach Them Diligently

Do you need help in finding ways to teach your children about God?

The responsibility for teaching the children about God lay with the parents, and while reinforcing repeated who God was and what God had done, the process also became a continual reminder to the parents as well.

Writing on Tablets

Writing on Tablets

So what are you writing on?

Stacy Voss talks about writing and also writing on the hearts of her children.

Our Legacy

Our Legacy

What are we leaving behind?

Donna Ware shares insight into raising children to leave a legacy of faith.

A Child Will Lead Them

A Child Will Lead Them

What in the world does this mean?

Phil Ware redoes an older article focused on Jesus being the child that leads us.

Back-to-School Cool

Back-to-School Cool

How can we best approach the beginning of school?

Hal Runkel gives us some good advice on how to be ready for the transition back to school.

Based on an Idea of Mine

Based on an Idea of Mine

What is your major accomplishment?

Alan Smith tells us of the developer of the laser and how he doesn't claim any sense of achievement because he wasn't the one who designed the ultimate final use.

Opposite Day

Opposite Day

How can I turn it around with my kids?

Jenny Runkel shares an experience with her parenting that took her outside the normal ScreamFree process and how she did the opposite of what she felt like doing to get back on track.

Daddies, Please Hear Us!

Daddies, Please Hear Us!

What do our daughters most need from us?

Heather Holland Helton shares some important things dads need to know about their daughters and how to build that relationship to be the most it can be.

Be Intentional about What Matters Most

Be Intentional about What Matters Most

What is really most important in your family?`

Paul Faulkner reminds us that we have to be intentional or what we view as important gets lost in the busyness of life.

Mt. St. Kid

Mt. St. Kid

How can you tame a raging child volcano?

A kid who goes through a tantrum meltdown faces off with his mom who uses the scream free technique to help the child learn boundaries and not embarrass himself.

Scream Free Parenting

Scream Free Parenting

Can you truly parent without the loud volumes and the moments of being out of control?

Parenting can be done scream free, but not because we focus on our children, but because we focus on ourselves.

Babysitters for God

Babysitters for God

How do you view your responsibility to raise your kids in the Lord?

parenting is really babysitting for God: they are not ours, they are his.

Parenting Twenty-somethings ... Still?

Parenting Twenty-somethings ... Still?

Do you still have to parent after they have left home?

Parenting twenty-somethings is a challenge but can be a blessing if we do our job well.

Tears and Laughter

Tears and Laughter

How is being a mom like being a yo-you?

Motherhood brings with it the laughter and the tears of loving children.

A Mom Takes Her Stand

A Mom Takes Her Stand

What's a mom to do?

A mom reminds us how to use a gentle answer to deal with a difficult problem.

Who Are We Letting Behind the Wheel?

Who Are We Letting Behind the Wheel?

Who is driving your agenda?

A 12-year-old behind the wheels helps wake us all up to who is behind the wheel.

Hate Football?

Hate Football?

Why would this little girl hate what her father loved?

Our children need us and our attention if they are going to be all that God wants them to be!

Cleaning Up Our Father's Messes

Cleaning Up Our Father's Messes

What will our children have to clean up after we are gone?

We will leave behind messes for our children and grandchildren, but will we also leave behind a lasting legacy of faith?