Summertime feels like freedom to kids out of school. But a working mom's perspective is a bit different. Tracy Lane describes how she plans to make meaningful memories with her children this summer.
After 1,200 interviews, Fuller Youth Institute’s Brad Griffin & Kara Powell offer conversations to navigate teens’ biggest questions--like, “Who am I?”
Time and space for soul care feels impossible for parents. But what if you could have your break-cake and eat it too?
Is it possible to thrive in the mundane -- when being a mom is hard? Author Liz Wann talks rest, critical camaraderie, & making disciples in simple moments.
Is motherhood stripping you clean? Author Liz Wann knows the pain of reaching limits. Here's how being a mom both tears us down & rebuilds us like Jesus.
When it comes to raising kids -- what if perfection isn't the goal? Dave and Ann Wilson dive into the monumental task of parenting kids right here, right now.
Learning how to parent can feel part adventure, part battle, part dumpster fire. Dave & Ann Wilson have your back with solid advice & practical application.
To raise your unique child, recognize your particular wiring. Bill Hendricks & his sister Bev explore how to parent through the lens of your giftedness.
Are you producing a product or parenting a person? Bill Hendricks and Bev Hendricks Godby help you craft an individualized approach for your unique child.
How's your child different than every other? Rather than crank out a product, Bill Hendricks his sister Bev equip you to help your particular child thrive.
Feeling like a bad mom? Author Heather MacFadyen explores motives & emotions fueling your actions & judgments so you can lean toward the mom you long to be.
Grappling with responsibility & even failure as a mom over how your kids are turning out? Author Heather MacFadyen knows your anxiety -- and how to deal.
Stuck feeling defeated as a mom? Don't go it alone! Author Heather MacFadyen shows how you can be foster key relationships with God, others, & your kids to be the mom you want to be.
As a pastor's wife with five kids and a job outside the home, Shannon Simmons knows how difficult it is to be a working mom. She describes her daily routine, and gives biblical perspective on the challenges working moms face.
Real (…occasionally awkward) conversations about body image vitally protect our kids. Authors Justin & Lindsey Holcomb explain these critical conversations.
How can we weave confidence and truth into our kids' body image? Authors Lindsey & Justin Holcomb offer ideas to help kids embrace the image of God in them.
It can be tough to connect with a child who’s different from you in their interests, passions, even their core. How can you close the gap?
Amidst the urgent -- & the pull of passivity -- how do dads carve out time together with kids? Author Jon Tyson helps you prioritize energy for what matters.
In intentional fatherhood--how do we handle the ways we're weak? Author Jon Tyson offers tactics and hope to deal with inevitable wounds and weaknesses.
You want to raise sons who know what they believe, who they are, what they stand for. Author Jon Tyson helps fathers, grandfathers & mentors lead the way.
Wishing for an exit strategy--or just some soul care--in the wear and worry of motherhood? Author Maggie Combs offers strategies when you're feeling starved.
Has motherhood left you lonely? Author Maggie Combs offers solutions when you long for relationshipâ€"and long to be known.
Suffocating under the weight of mom guilt? Author Maggie Combs gives her true confessions of motherhood and the "rules" moms struggle beneath -- and how to seize their freedom.
Courtney Reissig talks about the emotional aftermath of her high-risk labor and delivery story. She shares about the faithfulness of God and how she walked the difficult road of recovery.
Courtney Reissig tells the harrowing story of the birth of her fourth child, Ben. Some problems cropped up late in the pregnancy that threatened both of their lives and left some emotional scarring in its wake.
Navigating today's LGBTQ culture is confusing and sometimes scary to some Christians, but Rebecca McLaughlin highlights the truth of God's perfect love and what that means for our relationships.
It is good to ask questions and to even disagree at times. Rebecca McLaughlin discusses loving others from the ground up, showing respect and humility toward those who disagree with what we believe.
What would you do if your child was being bullied? Jonathan McKee talks about his own bullied past and coaches parents on what to do if they suspect their child is being harassed.
Knowing and embracing our identity in Christ is so important. Matt and Lisa Jacobson tell us how this specifically relates to our sons.
Are you struggling with raising your teen? Dave and Ann Wilson present the top five things parents can do to parent their teenagers.
Fern Nichols and Dennis and Barbara Rainey help parents evaluate their kids' level of busyness and consider the priority of family time.
How can we squirrel away spiritual life skills for kids that make them want to connect with God? It could be easier than you think.
Christian film producers, Alex and Stephen Kendrick provide a teaser discussion and behind-the-scene stories for their upcoming movie, "Show Me The Father."
After a season of isolation, I miss parenting in community. Here are three reasons it takes a village and why we’d all benefit from one.
We want to help our kids with their anxiety, but how? Sissy Goff talks about when our children might need counseling, the voices that speak into their lives, and the hope we have in the Lord.
When our anxiety seems to be spiraling out of control, what can we do? Sissy Goff presents three steps to help ground us in the truth.
With the rise in anxiety, what can we do to help ourselves and others? Sissy Goff pinpoints some sources of anxiety and shares a simple way to cope with it in a moment's notice.
Barbara Rainey, Karen Loritts, Mary Kassian, Holly Elliff, and Carolyn McCulley talk about the value of mentoring.
Jonathan Pitts was married to his wife, Wynter, for many years, as they served in ministry together. Today he remembers her unexpected passing, his love for her, and how God has continually ministered to him and his family.
Wynter was the wife of Jonathan Pitts. Today, he reflects on their love story, their last work together as a couple, and the ways that God showed him love after her passing.
What do you think makes your daughter feel loved? Matt and Lisa Jacobson share practical insight into knowing how to build a close and lasting relationship.
It can be easy to love our boys when they are really little. Matt and Lisa Jacobson give us practical ideas for loving them throughout their whole lives.
Brooke McGlothlin and Natalie Jones share their successes and failures in prioritizing time with God and their husbands over the demands of their kids.
The blessings of working at home can be great and eternal. Author Courtney Reissig explains how it is not only a ministry to those in our homes, but an act of worship to our God.
Moms, if you had the chance to pick the brain of an older, more experienced mom, what would you ask? Hear what some young moms asked Barbara Rainey during a question and answer session.
Every good parent wrestles with how to best parent their kids. Gary Chapman offers answers through discussing a kid's biggest emotional need --that of being loved.
As single moms draw near to God, PeggySue Wells and Pam Farrel say that it is more than possible to build a spiritual legacy for their children.
No matter what difficulties a single mom might face, PeggySue Wells and Pam Farrel say it can be a beautiful story of God's grace.
Single moms can often feel like they live in a whirlwind, but PeggySue Wells and Pam Farrel give easy and practical steps to help them do the next right thing.
It dawned on me how much my boys need a father. But anyone can be a father—my boys need a dad. All those years, I needed a dad.