You Did Great!

Are you being honest when you congratulate your kids? Or do you praise them even when they know they didn't do well?

A Pill a Day Makes Your Child Perfect!

I don't think so, but doesn't it sound nice if there was a magic solution to make your kids polite, respectful, and obedient? It doesn't work that way, but the struggle is part of the joy of being a parent.

Who Do Your Kids Really Belong To?

While our kids ARE our kids, they're also God's kids: He's made them, and He's given them to us to care for.

I Need to Treat All My Kids the Same, Right?

Wrong. It's important to be fair, but that doesn't mean you treat each of your unique kids the same exact way.

What's The Most Important Thing to Do as a Parent?

The most essential three things you can do as a parent is to pray, pray, pray!

If Momma Ain't Happy, Ain't Nobody Happy!

Mom, your emotion sets the tone for the entire family. It's a lot of pressure, but there are things you can do to make your home a happy home--even when you're not feeling it.

My Adult Kid's on Drugs

You may have a child going through addiction, and you want to fix it for them. But sometimes the most loving thing to do is to let them hit bottom. It's all about trusting God to what's right for them.

My Neighbor Thinks We're Bad People

One neighborhood girl told another that her family is bad because of her parents' political beliefs. She had heard what her own parents said about the other family. How are you speaking of others? Your kids are listening.

My Kids Aren't Letting Me See The Grandkids

Reach out to your grown kids with love, even despite differences in belief.

I Sure Wish I Hadn't Done That

I thought I got away with something wrong, but my kid saw me do it. Then a few weeks later, they did a similar thing to what I did.

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