Our children need to catch a vision for being an ambassador for Christ.
Becoming involved in your child’s friendships can mean taking on some interesting roles.
Parents often feel tired from fighting the influences of the culture, but let me encourage you to hang on.
Eight "foundation builders" to help parents as they seek to cultivate strong friendships with their young children.
As we learned more about our son, it felt like we were unwrapping a precious gift. Each testing day brought new insights into how his amazing brain worked.
Don't waste the incredible opportunity you have during the "golden years" to prepare your children for adolescence.
Practical tips for relieving some of the natural rivalry between siblings and helping them to develop an appreciation for one another.
A day full of frustrating challenges gave me a good laugh years later.
A special blessing to my sons and son-in-law.
Somewhere between the deadlines and the to-do list, I'd forgotten the most important ministry God had entrusted to me: my family.
Three steps that will help you spiritually invest in your family.
Are you making memories with your children? Those moments may be the best times of their lives.
What chores can children do at specific ages? The following chart gives some ideas of what is possible.
In most cases I find boredom to be a function of attitude—a result of my own selfishness and lack of vision or initiative or creativity.
These ideas won't cure every problem in your home, but they will help you refocus on kingdom purposes.
Christian singer Steven Curtis Chapman and his wife, Mary Beth, share how God changed their hearts for orphans.
Here are some issues to consider as you consider adding to your family through adoption.
Your kids know all about the latest phone and internet technologies. So do pornographers. Donna Rice Hughes talks about the importance of protecting your children.
Many couples start off wrong and are then burdened with poor in-law relationships for years. It will take faith to develop positive in-law relationships.
Practical suggestions to help you remember what shapes your family’s life and legacy.
Manners were God's idea first.
We can’t take the gospel for granted; instead we need to safeguard it and deliver it unaltered to the next generation.
Enjoy a break from the hectic pace of life.
Loving wayward children even when you don't approve of their behavior.
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How to prove to your kids that you're not weird.
If the gospel is central to your life, it also must be central in your family.
Suggestions for fostering creativity in your children.
Tips for relating to your children.