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Teaching Our Kids to Trust God Means Letting Them Go
It is said that faith is like a muscle. It grows by stretching. If we want our kids to have great faith, we must allow them to experience times of testing. Instead of hyper-parenting or helicopter parenting, we must teach our children to look to God and trust His plan for their life. In other words, we must “Let go, and let God”. Read this week’s blog to discover other ways you can teach “faith over fear” to your kids.
But Why Her God? The Challenge of Following Jesus When It Feels Like We’re Missing Out
Why is her life so easy? Why doesn’t she have to worry about money? Why is it so easy for her to get pregnant? How do we follow Christ when it feels like our path isn’t the one we would have chosen? Discover how to find peace in your daily journey as a parent by clinging to the Savior and following His plan and path for your life.
The “Identity Crisis Epidemic”: How Do We, As Parents, Help Our Children Find Their Purpose??
Have you noticed an epidemic of an “identity crisis” in our youth today? As parents, we can help our children navigate the cultural confusion they face by giving them a foundation in the truth of the holy Scriptures. Specifically, the parable of the talents explains that everything we are and have, is a grace-gift by Jesus Christ.
Moms, Stop and Think the Next Time You Are Tempted to Bite Into Gossip!
Have you ever had a piece of gossip that you couldn’t wait to tell your best friend? Gossip can be a “delicious morsel” to share with another, but it is a temptation that leads us away from God. The words we speak are a testimony to what we have in our hearts. Discover how we can curb our desire to gossip and, instead, use our words to edify and bless others.
When Pride Infiltrates Serving: Can We, As Parents, Show Humility When Posting On Social Media?
If we, as parents, aren’t careful, Satan can turn our God-given fruit, our service, and our children’s service, into prideful giving and boastfulness, so covertly, that our hearts and minds don’t even notice. How can we, then, be humble about our children and teach them to be humble servants of God without the interference of pride? Read this most recent blog by Norma Harais and discover what God’s Word tells us about pride and parenting.
A Remedy For Weary Mamas: Parenting With Your Eyes Up
Parenting can be a struggle with all the tasks we are required to accomplish in a day. We can feel under appreciated and exhausted at times.The simple act of looking up, focusing our eyes on Christ, and praying for the strength and peace He promises will get us through the tough times. Discover practical ideas for finding a Godly perspective in your daily challenges as a parent.
How Can We, As Parents, Instill Honesty In Our Kids ?
In my mind, honesty is set apart from all other character traits, because it’s the one attribute that the enemy knew would be our most vulnerable….
Freedom From Fear and Anxiety as a Parent
Are you anxious and fearful about your job as a parent in today’s world? God has given you a guide, His Word, which will instill in you all the faith you need to be the confident mom that God intended. Find out how to do this and live a life full of joy and freedom.
Children Belong to the Lord
It’s very easy for us, as parents, to think our children belong to us. But God tells us in His Word that parents are really “stewards” of His masterpieces.