Category: The Faithful Family
The importance of fathers in a family can’t be overstated; however, we simply don’t celebrate them in the same way we do our mothers. As a society, perhaps it’s time we start paying a bit more attention because while we’ve diminished their role and necessity in the home, their absence is distressingly apparent. Present and engaged fathers are a gift to their families, and both the Bible and science have quite a bit to say about them.
Dropping kids off at college can be an emotional rollercoaster. So here are 5 helpful tips from parents who have “been there, done that.” While it might not be easy, there are a few things you can do to make it easier.
Inspiring teachers pour their passion for learning into eager, and even not so eager, young minds, and they do it not for the public praise and recognition but for their love of children and teaching. During this year’s Teacher Appreciation Week, who deserves your thanks?
As parents, we spend a lifetime learning to let go of our children. And it becomes increasingly difficult as they venture into their teens. For those of you parenting during a pandemic, bless you! I know the struggle is real! However, we need to be taking intentional steps to loosen our grip so that they are prepared for life beyond high school. Let’s look at 5 things you should stop doing for your teen and three life skills you need to teach.
Here you will find biblical advice to encourage your college student as they take these transformative steps toward independence. College can be filled with fun and excitement, but it also can present students with unexpected challenges and pressures. Allow these verses to help you share words of truth with your student.
It’s their first extended stay home from college, and you can’t wait. But expectations don’t always match reality. Here are some ways you can be prepared.