Daniel Anderson and his daughter, Jacquelyn, both high school teachers, get a first hand look at the dating practices of teens each day. Together they give an honest take on the status of teen dating.
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.
Empty nester, Dennis Rainey reviews "release point" principles he's given in past years. He identifies parenting principles he still stands by today, and offers some amendments he'd make to principles he's shared in the past.
Even parents who do everything right to bring their kids to faith have no guarantee it will "stick." Dennis Rainey, Ken Hemphill, Jessica Thompson, Elyse Fitzpatrick and Don Whitney share wisdom learned from experience.