To help kids grow up with sexual integrity, parents have to teach kids to guard their potential for future intimacy through appropriate boundaries and mutual respect.
Self-harming is a big problem for kids and teenagers. As a parent, attempting to wrap one’s mind around self-harm is tough. Here are a few questions and answers that might help.
Seasons of change are incredibly hard. But they can be both hard and good. Here’s how you can celebrate each phase together.
Biblical truths parents can use to raise children to be anchored in their identity and confident in how God made them.
Pastor Tracie Moss unpacks how to influence our children in their understanding of and relationship with Jesus.
In a crisis, it is mission-critical to help kids make sense of what’s happening and manage any anxiety they may be experiencing. Here are five tips that might help.
If you are the parent of an anxious child, you are not alone. Anxiety is the most common mental health condition of childhood and adolescence. Giving your child strategies to battle anxiety can reduce tensions and help your child (and you) feel empowered.
Understanding how kids subconsciously wrestle with specific tensions at each developmental stage has the power to build or erode a kid’s confidence.
Discover ways to connect with your defiant or disrespectful child to create a smoother path towards a healthier parent-child relationship.
Confidence is an abstract concept, but parents can translate this concept into concrete tools your kid can use on a Tuesday morning in the lunchroom.