You're trying to get that perfect family picture, but not all your kids are ready to sit still. How can you get him to obey, even briefly?
When you're a married parent, you have backup in your spouse. If you're a single parent, find your backup.
When you're tempted to sin, consider the impact on your family and how that sin could pass from generation to generation.
When children were surveyed, the people they admired most were their own parents who loved each other.
With a child in athletics, it's too easy for your praise to turn to critique.
Sometimes it takes your teen to point out a complaining spirit.
The greatest opportunity to reach your kids for Christ is between their 4-14th birthdays; take full advantage of that.
If you do, please tell me your secret!
How sure are you that your kids are soaking up the Bible? Sometimes what they've learned shows up in the most unexpected ways.
How can you connect with your grandkids more often?
Being a single mom is just about the toughest job to have. Here are seven thoughts to encourage you today.
As our kids grow up, they need to learn to make their own decisions.
Pay attention when your relationships need work!
Even if your baby doesn't understand devotions, it's important to develop good habits early, not just for baby, but for you as well.