Teaching Our Teenage Girls the Truth of Social Responsibility
Unlike the advice of Teen Vogue that robs teenage girls of their value, true advocacy and social responsibility should be in God-glorifying ways.
When Your 18 Summers Are Up
Right now there’s a mom whose 18 summers are up with her child.18 sounded plenty when empty sippy cups scattered the backseat. Now 18 doesn’t feel enough.
Sleepovers—Bad Idea or No Big Deal?
Spending the night with friends seems like a normal part of growing up. But my wife and I wonder: should we let our kids go to a sleepover?
7 Do’s and Don’ts for Parents of Graduates
For 18 years, you have parented through a maze of joys, laughter, confusion, and even bruises. Now your child is a graduate. You have big changes ahead.
Are We Pushing Our Kids too Hard?
My kids need to see that their value isn’t tied to their grades or what school accepts them. I need to encourage them to follow God’s design and purpose for their lives and not insist they conform to a specific formula for success.
When to Tell Your Kids About Your Past
How much should you tell your kids about the mistakes you’ve made in the past? Pastor Drew Hill believes parents should unveil some of the ugliness in our lives … to show what God has done.
Smartphones for Smartfamilies
We advise against giving your children a phone if you are not ready to have a conversation with them about it multiple times a week for multiple years.
Questions to Ask Your Teen About LGBT Issues
A list of questions to help you engage your teens about their beliefs on LGBT issues.
Preparing Your Teen for LGBT Discussions
Five steps to prepare them to withstand peer pressure, stand with the truth, and display the love of Christ.