Perfectionist mom Melinda Means asks some difficult questions that will reveal if you are a picky or positive parent.
When you have a rebellious child who tests your patience, it's important to rely on God for direction.
Counselor Mark Gregston offers advice to single parents who are raising teens alone.
Author Mark Gregston advises parents on how to determine if their teen is just acting up or is in full fledged rebellion.
Are we too hard on ourselves as parents?
Teen counselor Mark Gregston on the warning signs parents should notice in their angry teens.
Author Laura Petherbridge shares how his godly character means the world to her.
Create rules for your household that teach your children discipline and respect.
Learn how to properly handle conflict in your relationship with your teenage child.
If you're considering a home-based education for your child, here are a few things to consider.
Learn how to establish boundaries to which your teen will happily abide.
While it seems to be one of those topics that are “to each his own”, at my house we have never encouraged or discouraged it.
Character doesn’t just appear when teenagers mature. It comes from the experiences they have in life and from observing those around them.
This long-term parenting strategy is made possible by loving your kids unconditionally – even as Christ has demonstrated His own love towards each of us.
Don’t you wish there was a great big “Undo” button in life; where you could completely erase your parenting mistakes?
Family counselor Dwight Bain shares how parents can help their children become more confident.
This is one simple area of life that can yield incredible benefits for you and your family.
It all began eight years ago, when she met John Carpenter at her pastor’s home.
A staggering number of college students are leaving their faith behind. Here are some ways parents and youth group leaders can keep this from happening to their kids.
Learn why some teens give up within weeks of the end of a semester, and how to help them get back on track.