How to Be a Good Parent
The kind of husband you are now indicates the kind of dad you will be after your child is born.
Ask yourself four questions to determine whether day care is a good option for your child.
How can you raise responsible children?
Ask these questions to determine if you and your child are ready for the responsibility.
Even tech-savvy children need parental guidance to use a smartphone responsibly.
It may be easier than you think for children to be exposed to pornography. What you should know and what you can do to protect your child.
Many children prefer to watch videos. How can parents encourage children to read more?
Is it better for children to read from a digital device or a printed page? Both have advantages.
How can you help your children deal with the moral challenges they face today?
What can parents do to keep their children from becoming overwhelmed by the news?
If you want your words to reach your children, they must be in harmony with your actions.
Consider three challenges you might face and how the wisdom found in the Bible can help.
It has several advantages over passive entertainment and organized activities.
Are you reluctant to assign your children chores? If so, consider how helping out around the house can teach them responsibility and bring them joy.
When your child is stuck at home with nothing to do, here are a few things to consider.
Consider three areas where you can help your children avoid developing a me-first attitude.
Even young children can be taught to say thank you for the kindnesses shown to them.
Does your child know the truth about sex? Find out what God’s standards are and what you should teach your children.
Teaching your children good moral values gives them a solid foundation for the future.
How can Jesus’ example help you become a more effective parent?
At what age does one learn how to be responsible, in childhood or adulthood?
Discipline involves more than just rules and punishment.
Children who learn how to be resilient are better equipped to overcome difficulties in life.
Failure is a part of life. Teach your children to put failure in perspective and help them find solutions.
See how to identify the real problem behind bad grades and encourage learning.
Four steps can help you teach your child how to respond to a bully.
One type of praise has proven to be the most effective.
Five Bible-based tips can make this often challenging time easier to manage.
Four steps can help you answer their questions and show them how to cope with the loss of a loved one.
How can you reach your child’s heart with the Bible’s message?
Age-appropriate discussions can protect your child from the influence of racial prejudice.
The Bible has many beneficial principles that will help you talk to your children about sex and protect them from sexual predators.
Youngsters are being exposed to sexual messages at an increasingly early age. What should you know? What can you do to protect your children?
It’s crucial that parents talk to their children about sex. Find out how to discuss this awkward topic.
Caleb and Sophia get helpful tips so they can be safe.
When and how should parents talk to their children about this important subject?
Giving your children everything they want can actually deprive them of something far more important.
Teach your child humility without damaging his or her self-worth.
Disagreements over child rearing can have a negative effect on your family. Learn what a couple can do.
Could a movement that began in the 1960’s still be affecting parenting today?
The Bible describes three elements of effective discipline.
Do you and your child keep getting locked in a battle of wills that your child always seems to win? Five parenting tips can help.
Why is self-control important, and how do we acquire it?
Teaching your children to be humble will help them both now and later in life.
What if your child tests your resolve with whining or pleading?
What can you do when your child throws a tantrum? Bible principles can help you cope with this challenge.
What should you do if your child lies? This article discusses Bible-based advice that can help you teach your child the importance of telling the truth.