As soon as your children become adults and leave home, you stand there thinking, "What now?" Heather Butler shares her transition into having an adult child leave for college, and how grace helps her walk through that transition.
In today's video interview, Don Joy shares some of the unique challenges that parents face in the 21st century, including the absence of fathers and parenting children through the temptations of social media.
How should I talk with kids about racism? When are they old enough? Kathy Milans shares helpful wisdom on developmental stages and how adults need to talk about and model healthy views on race and relationships.
We live in an time when media attention raises awareness (and also fear) of childhood sexual abuse. With all the danger we see, how in the world can we keep our children safe? Kathy Milans shares wisdom and tangible resources that will help you keep the children in your life more safe from sexual predators.
Parenting can seem overwhelming at times. However, the good news is that we are not alone in this great task. God partners with us in the character development of children.
This week's Soul Care video features Catherine Stonehouse talking about nurturing children and how important it is for us to know how to do so.
Homework can be a real source of frustration and contention in any home, leading to a battle zone between teachers, parents and children. Kathy Milans shares 5 ways that we can work toward a cure for the homework headache in our homes.
Eight weeks after returning from my maternity leave, I hit my lowest low. I found myself sitting in the empty tub, fully-dressed, sobbing that...
Asking the right questions can help you foster discussion and excitement for learning in your children. Rebecca Rutherford shares helpful tips for creating your own "wonder questions" to help facilitate discipleship in the home.
How can families use technology responsibly? Ben Snyder reviews the book, The Tech-wise Family: Everyday Steps for Putting Technology in its Proper Place, by Andy Crouch.