Are you disciplining your kids properly, not out of anger, but out of love?
It's important to dress properly, but are you too obsessed over how you look? Your kids are watching.
It's easy to let work and hobbies take over your schedule, but make sure you're making time to spend with your kids.
Are you aware of the habitual sins you may be passing on to your kids?
Be careful to set the right example for your kids, especially in the way you talk.
I hope you do, but if you're like me, you may not always show it.
Make the effort to invest in your grandchildren's lives!
There's a plethora of bad news everywhere; how can you help your kids understand what's happening, and how to respond?
Should you let your kids be on social media?
How can you deal with deep conflict in your family?
Are your kids praying the same, simple prayer over and over? Help them understand that prayer is a conversation with a real Person, our Creator and Father.
Are you overwhelmed by all the changes that the pandemic has wrought? In Christ, you are enough for your family.
You don't know the struggles another family is going through, so don't be quick to judge other parents' kids.
Some churches are so concerned with offending others that they fail to preach the Gospel.
Sometimes your kids are just going to scream in public, and you can't help that. But don't be the parent that's overly permissive with your children's bad behavior.