"Failure isn’t an option in parenting. It’s an inevitability."
"One of the biggest errors Christian parents make is to forget."
Guideline #3: Always assume competence.
"You could make straight ‘As’ all year and have perfect behavior all year, or you can get detention three times a week and I’m gonna love you the same."
The down week between Christmas and New Year’s is probably the best chance you have to get ahead for next year.
"With the word of God as our guide, we can learn to train ourselves to have the right attitude in all situations."
"Over the years, I've learned somethings that I had to go back and unlearn."
I have parents who talk to me all the time about their struggle with the question, "When should I enforce law and when should I give grace?"
Kids will learn that when they talk to God they should praise him for who he is and thank him for all he has done.
You think you know everything about parenting until you have kids, and then you realize you don't know nearly as much as you thought you did.
"I’ve found that there are several ways you can prevent losing the room, and ways to regain it when accidents happen."
"God won’t always give us clear and crisp directions."
"83 percent of evangelical parents are taking their children to church."
Family expert Dr. John Trent shares 5 ways parents can bless their children during Holiday school breaks.
"What I have found is the things that make good story tellers great story tellers is they are constant learners."
"The Great Commission summarizes your calling as parents, and its promises remind you of where you can look for help and hope!"
We all know the list. The preschool play. The elementary choir performance, hand bell performance and live nativity (which you will do five times leading up to Christmas).
Help children grow through faithful obedience, deliberate action, and reliance on God’s word.
A group of children tell the Christmas story from their adorable point of view.
This hilarious version of the Christmas Story is narrated by kids and acted out by adults. Priceless!