Family Fridays

How to Deal with a Child Who Lies

shared from iMom.com, written by contributor, Cyndi Barber “It can be frustrating to have a sweet cherubic child lie right to your face. When my daughter was twelve, she would lie to me on a regular basis. While I was upset about the behavior, I was more...

When Parenting Stops Being Cool

This original blog post, written by Laura Teague, first appeared on LifeWay.com's website.   Intro below writtenby Teresa Martin: It was just last year when my son turned 10 that I received a sudden JOLT in parenting.  It was my son's 10th...

Thinking Good Thoughts

This is a shared post from:  Crosswalk.com.  Hands-on Faith for Families is from Focus on the Family.  We hope you enjoy this quick post on engaging your family.  If you would like to see more hands-on devotions like this, please visit Focus...

Spiritual Parenting and Mentoring

#FamilyFridays - Shared blog post from IPHC.org “Today, we are living in a very fast-paced society. We are being bombarded from every direction with people and things that are placing demands on our time and resources. We have become entangled by our constant need for...

Not Dad Enough

Today's share blog post comes from Home Front Magazine...in an article written by: Derick Zeulner who is the Pastor of Communications at South Shores Church in Dana Point, CA. He is husband to Rebecca and the father of four, the last of whom Derick...

The Deceptive 50/50 Relationship

Today's #FamilyFridays blog post centers on marriage.  Couples often get married and think it's a 50/50 partnership... but realize a short ways in, it really doesn't work that way.  ChristianFamilyLife.com explores the 50/50 deception through what our...

Your Daughter’s Identity in Christ

Your Daughter’s Identity in Christ

As a parent, you are often looking for ways to share the Word with them in ways that are relational.  For those with daughters in that tween/pre-teen age, you worry about their self-image and self-worth being that she's in one of the most delicate and influential...

Give Your Kids A Way Out

Give Your Kids A Way Out

Parents have a lot more to deal with in the current culture than our parents before us.  Technology via mobile phones have invaded our lives.  And it can be downright scary with games that allow total strangers to chat our primary school-aged kids up!...

3 Kids Bibles that will Engage Your Child

3 Kids Bibles that will Engage Your Child

Parents want to be sure to train up their children as God instructs.  However, some parents struggle with the best ways to do that. Certainly modeling a walk with God is of utmost importance, and reading His word to them and encouraging them as they learn to...

5 Ways To Help Kids Get Along

5 Ways To Help Kids Get Along

Today with share with you a post from iMom.com to read it in it's entirety, please click THIS LINK. If you are a parent to more then one kid, it's likely that you have experienced some "sibling rivalry".  You've heard arguments between them about some silly...

5 Lessons to Teach Kids

5 Lessons to Teach Kids

This original blog posting can be found at Family Christian’s website.  Links included within will take you to their site for additional available resources.   from Family Christian’s blog post on September 22, 2016: "Math, science, art and history – your...

Help Teenagers Live God’s Purposes

Help Teenagers Live God’s Purposes

Shared Blog Post, Written by Rick Warren:  The original and full post can be seen on ChurchLeaders.com. Help Teenagers Live God's Purposes The most fundamental question that teenagers in your community will ever wrestle with is, “Why am I here?” Unlike past...