Parents

Real Fathers

Real Fathers

Every child needs a father or father figure. Especially as he grows older, he needs a father even more than a mother. A father comes into the picture in a big way during adolescence, when the child ne... Read More »

Leading the Way

Leading the Way

From Jesus Your children need Me, like you do. They need to learn to include Me in their daily lives. They need to learn to trust Me when the going is hard. They need to learn to depend on Me. They ne... Read More »

Parenting By Example

Parenting By Example

By Jesus Parenting has never been easy, but all parents have one great thing going for them from day one: Their children love and look up to them more than anyone else in the world. This is an importa... Read More »

A Parent’s Best Investment

A Parent’s Best Investment

Your children will never forget the special times they spend with you. Aren’t those some of the memories you treasure most from your own childhood—when your parents showed their love in the form of ti... Read More »

In The Bible: Children

In The Bible: Children

Children are a blessing from God. Genesis 49:25 – by the God of your father who will help you, by the Almighty who will bless you with blessings of heaven above, blessings of the deep that crouc... Read More »

How to Have a Happier Home

How to Have a Happier Home

Adapted from Virginia Brandt Berg What is the greatest weakness in most families? According to Dr. James H. Bossard, a former professor of sociology at the University of Pennsylvania who spent 40 year... Read More »

Dad’s Advice

Dad’s Advice

There is one day I will never forget. It happened seven years ago, a week or so before I turned 12, on what started out to be just another day. The prospect of turning 12 seemed challenging, even scar... Read More »

Teaching Children to Control Negative Feelings

Teaching Children to Control Negative Feelings

Raising children is no easy task, and there are no shortcuts. The ever-shifting ocean of emotions that children go through at various ages and stages poses one of the greatest challenges to parents. H... Read More »

My Parenting Safari

My Parenting Safari

While living in Gambia, West Africa, my five-year-old son Chris and I went on a trip to the village of Sintet, where our group of volunteers from the Family International was helping to build a school... Read More »

“Sorry-ness”

“Sorry-ness”

I think I have been guilty of saying “I’m sorry” too much, and that seems to have given my children the wrong idea. Years ago, for example, when my five-year-old fell off his bike, I said I was sorry.... Read More »

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