Posts Tagged ‘Parenting’

War And Peace: Winning The Homework Battles

A new school year has started. 6 words that strike a sense of panic in the hearts of the most hardened warriors (also known as parents).  The carefree days of summer are gone, replaced by early morning skirmishes (why are children so opposed to waking up?), breakfast mission impossible (why must the last drop of…

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Hectic Schedule Make You Feel Like You Are Doing A Balancing Act?

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Does your hectic schedule sometimes feel like you are performing in a circus? Perhaps juggling work, family and home? Struggling to find that balance like walking on a precarious tightrope? Life can be tricky sometimes, and if we aren’t careful, the most important things (particularly relationships and church life) end up suffering the most.  No…

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Teaching Your Children How To Take Authority Over Demons

The sequel to whether an imaginary friend can be a demon.  It will restore peace in your house and teach your children how to take authority over every situation. Originally published in our October 2016 issue. By: Anonymous I wasn’t prepared to discuss the topics of authority to a pre-school child, and yet peculiarly, I…

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Self-Control: Dealing With The "I Want It Now" Syndrome In Children

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“I want it, NOW!”  How many parents have heard that emphatic statement over the years?  From the temper-tantrum phase as toddlers, to the sulky phase of being a teen, children come into constant conflict with parents over the concept of self-control and delayed gratification.  Yet these are necessary characteristics to implant into your children, because…

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Marriage: Teaching Your Kids God's Design For Family

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The statistics on divorce have remained constant- 50% of marriages, no matter whether they are Christian or not, still end in divorce.  Numerous children have witnessed the pain involved when parents separate, and have grappled with their own feelings as well.  It is no wonder that many of them would prefer not to be married,…

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Marriage: Teaching Your Kids God’s Design For Family

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The statistics on divorce have remained constant- 50% of marriages, no matter whether they are Christian or not, still end in divorce.  Numerous children have witnessed the pain involved when parents separate, and have grappled with their own feelings as well.  It is no wonder that many of them would prefer not to be married,…

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