Help Kids Find Their Worth in Jesus Kids today may struggle when they misplace their hopes of love and acceptance on others rather than God.  Parents can use the ideas in this month’s newsletter to refocus their families on valuing what God says about them rather than what the world does. Highlights of this issue…

Take the “Chore” out of Household Duties Household chores may seem ho-hum, but the truth is they’re a great way to teach kids life skills and a grateful heart. Parents can use the ideas in this month’s newsletter to help their families get excited about pitching in and honoring God with the work of their…

Protect Children from Falsehood Faith is a common topic of discussion in culture these days, but that doesn’t mean kids are hearing only about Jesus. Parents can use the ideas in this month’s newsletter to help their families stay focused on God’s only Son—and one true path to him. Highlights of this issue include: Ideas…

Live with Eternity in Mind Easter is a great time to remember that Jesus has made it possible for us to live forever in heaven. Parents can use the ideas in this month’s newsletter to help their families stay focused on that reality every day. Highlights of this new issue include: Creative ideas for helping…

Show Love with Words Our words are powerful. They can build people up or tear them down. This month’s newsletter helps you talk with your kids about the way they use their words. Highlights of this new issue include: Reminders for modeling a positive use of words.Creative ideas for helping families discuss the different ways…

Provide Positive, Productive Discipline Discipleship is about more than just getting kids to behave. It’s about helping them develop heart attitudes that will guide them the rest of their lives. This month’s newsletter offers ideas parents can use to talk with their kids about the value of discipline. Highlights of this new issue include: Principles…

Focus on the Reason for the Season Although our society tries to remove Jesus from the Christmas holiday, he is the sole reason for its existence, not the hustle and bustle of shopping, glittering lights, or holiday decorations.  In this month’s newsletter, you’ll find tons of ideas to explore the most wonderful and meaningful aspects…

Always Rely on Jesus Family life brings plenty of challenges and also plenty of opportunities to practice trusting in Jesus. Even positive changes can disrupt our schedules and affect relationships with each other and with God. Although you can’t control everything that comes your way, you can minimize the impact of stress, change, and uncertainty….

Addressing Rebellion with Love After a summer of “freedom” and relaxed rules, September’s return to school and schedules often poses a challenge for children. On top of that, 2020 has been filled with new restrictions and limits that are tough for everyone to comply with and comprehend. Read this newsletter for ideas about how you…

Talk With Children About Race In addition to all the “normal” parenting challenges, 2020 has been filled with tough news and difficult situations to explain to kids.  Conversations about race can feel awkward, and societal problems can seem overwhelming.  But as recent events have shown, beginning the conversation is an important first step.  Read this…

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