I thought college was hard, then later found parenting was even harder. Now with my kids grown up, I'm in a strange time in my life.
How can you connect with your teen through the barrier of their bad attitude?
We've created an over-connected and electronically-addicted generation. How can you raise your kids to be responsible with their devices?
How do I teach my kids to be solid believers and to stand up for their faith?
Each child is different, and need different encouragement and training to succeed in school.
Your adult kids have moved back in - not a bad thing by itself. But how do you ensure a peaceful stay and helping them get back on their feet again?
When is the right time-and right way-to launch your adult kids out of the nest?
Screen time isn't all bad; how can you set wise guidelines for your kids?
Is there an advantage to waiting to discipline your kids?
When I plan out discipline for my kids, I do fine. But the problem is, I don't always react to my kids' obedience thoughtfully.
With each new year is an opportunity to improve your family time.
Is homophobia the same thing as discomfort with the LGBTQ+ lifestyle?
Can you say "no" without even saying it? It might be even more effective.
Across the world, we see severe persecutions against Christians, while in the United States we have it easy. Are you teaching your kids that it's not always, or usually, easy to be a Christian?
How can we teach our kids not to make a display of bodily functions, especially in public?