Jennifer Lyell has taught children about Jesus for years in her Sunday school class. Lyell tells how one little boy in particular, Job, touched her heart and convicted her of the importance of teaching God's truth to the youngest among us.
Do you and your husband butt heads over the kids? Are you the disciplinarian while he plays the fun parent? Shaunti Feldhahn gives three tips for dealing with parenting impasses, plus a secret to help your husband see your point of view.
Today's youth are bombarded by information, yet they lack the tools to discern and navigate the cultural waters. John Stonestreet believes kids need to rely on their parents to help them distinguish lies from truth.
As a mom, it's easy to feel stuck in the monotony of parenting. Joanne Kraft, Denise Glen, Erin Davis, Gloria Furman, and Leslie Leyland Fields offer perspective to help us view mothering in light of eternity.
Sometimes it feels like "Just a Mom" is the lowest rung of the social ladder. But Jill Savage, Ashley Escue, Meg Meeker, and Karen Ehman tell moms that their role in their children's lives is irreplaceable.
Gloria Furman and Rachel Jankovic share their hope and encouragement during the sweet and chaotic season of parenting small children. Barbara Rainey offers her perspective from further down the road.
Michael Farris, founder of the Home School Legal Defense Association, along with experienced home schooling parents Dennis and Barbara Rainey and Joetta Witkowski, talk about the benefits of teaching your children at home.
Author Cheri Fuller, Forrest Turpen, executive director of the Christian Educators Association, and Dr. Steve Douglass, president of Cru, give parents some things to think about before sending their kids to public school.