Guilty of giving your children too many chances before you get really serious about them obeying you? We're basically shooting ourselves in the foot. Why do we do it? This post explores some reasons why.
Mother's Day has come and gone, but a mother's work is never done. After all the gifts and cards and flowers, you've gotten right back to it without missing a beat. Your reward isn't in a single day, but in every day that comes after.
Depending upon our frame of mind, one simple truth can transform parenting into something greater or lesser than we think it is. If you're needing some perspective on your responsibilities as a parent, this post is for you.
Are we raising our children to obey God or us? This post looks at how we as parents can often get the two confused and how that obedience to one must come before the other, and it's probably not the one you think.
This is the first post in a two part series concerning the will. We should not view a child's will as something to be conquered, but rather as a blessing from God that can assist in leading them back to him.
Words of encouragement and pats on the back are nice, but sometimes your child does something that deserves to be recognized in a special way. This post offers some creative ideas on how you can bless your children for their good behavior.
Parents yell for immediate results but it rarely reaches the heart of our children for good. This post explores the reason why parents yell at their children and the effect it can have on their relationship with them.