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5 Ways to Teach and Encourage Students to Share the Gospel at School

If you’re a parent, teacher, or church minister like me, you’ve worked with children and teenagers and challenged them to share their faith. Because you know how important it is for the world that we share the gospel, and you know that sharing faith also builds the faith of the person who does it.

Praying the Lord’s Prayer for Our Children

A parent’s prayer life only gets busier as children continue to grow through the stages of their lives. From the very first day we hold them, and through all of the jubilant highs, meh moments and devastating lows, we can hold onto Jesus’ words like a comfort blanket. As we faithfully pray the Lord’s Prayer for our children, we can trust and know He hears and answers our prayers.

8 Steps to Healing a Strained Mother-Daughter Relationship

Parenting in the real world is hard. I often felt ill-equipped, and honestly, frustrated with myself. There were times I hurt my daughter. I said and did things I wished I hadn’t, and she did the same. If you have a strained mother-daughter relationship, here are 8 steps you can take toward healing. 

3 Tips for Talking to Your Children about Pornography

Being aware of how sexuality has been influenced by porn and how that can create a feeling of deep shame within children and young people can be paramount. Breaking the stigma and allowing our children to feel safe to have those seemingly uncomfortable conversations is one step towards prevention.

7 Things to Never Say to Your Child

And although many Christian parents place an emphasis on the importance of children honoring their parents, the Bible also places a demand on parents to be conscious of how they interact with their children. Fathers, do not provoke your children to wrath; instead, bring them up in the discipline and instruction of the Lord.

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