Even in the pain of loss, you can show your kids there's hope. Let's talk about it.
Do you ever shake your head at your teen's illogical decisions? Remember, their brain is still growing! That's one reason why they need you. Let's talk about it.
Sometimes your kids' bad days are their own fault, sometimes they come from problems outside of anyone's control. But how can your kids grow in their relationship with God through those hard days? Let's talk about it.
Don't think your kids should live in fear? Depends on the kind of fear! Let's talk about it.
When your teen makes a dumb mistake, do you forgive them? It seems like an obvious yes, but remember, don't keep dangling their mistakes over their head afterwards either. Let's talk about it.
You thought that being a parent means teaching your kids, but sometimes God might allow your kids to go through something to teach YOU something. Let's talk about it.
As a parent, you hold the most influence over your kids than anyone else, especially when they're young. Are you using this time to share the gospel with them? Let's talk about it.
Are you showing your kids how to resolve conflict, handle money, and how to treat others through your actions? Let's talk about it.
My grandparents were some of the most formative people in my early life, and certainly helped lead me to the Lord. Are you close with your grandkids? How can you develop a better relationship with them? Let's talk about it.
Are you tearing your kids down and you don't even realize it? Take this as a chance to evaluate how well you're loving them, and what you can do to love them better. Let's talk about it.
How many times have your kids told you "church is boring"? It's important for us as parents to point out why church isn't boring. Let's talk about it.
Are you creating entitled kids? Maybe it's easy to get talked into buying things for your kids, but are you teaching them they can get anything they want?
If you have a child who pushes you every day, you know how close you can come to frustration and tears with them. But there's hope in 1 Corinthians 13. Let's talk about it.
What can you do to set the emotional tone for your home? How can you make it a welcoming, safe place for not only your family, but for your kids' friends and other guests? Let's talk about it.
The kids who need the most love may ask for it in the most unloving ways, and that's a difficult situation for a parent. What can you do? Let's talk about it.