Youth expert Jonathan McKee says that our media-saturated kids are hearing the culture's messages on gender identity. Jonathan encourages parents to interact with their kids and point them back to Jesus.
Author Jonathan McKee reminds parents of the media's impact on our youth, and encourages parents to be wise in how they monitor their children's interaction with TV, the internet, and smartphones.
Youth culture expert Jonathan McKee says that our youth really want to share their hearts, but parents need to ask the right questions, especially regarding the topic of sex.
Randy Stinson talks about the importance of a father casting a vision for his family, and then leading them in practical ways to get them to their goals.
Randy Stinson tells how his sports-loving family opted out of baseball for 18 months in order to give his kids a big vision of the world.
Chris and Michelle Groff recall their son's multiple stints in rehab and share a few of the parenting principles they learned there.
Chris and Michelle Groff share what they learned while their son was in rehab, and how they used this information to start their own ministry helping other parents.
Chris and Michelle Groff recall the night friends awakened them at 2:30 a.m. to tell them their son had broken into their car.
Dr. Meg Meeker tells parents why it's important to teach their sons about the power of virtues like self-control.
Dr. Meg Meeker tells how boys are being reprimanded for acting like boys.
There's a lot that can trip a boy up these days.
A boy is a work in progress.
Increasingly, girls are aggressively pursuing boys—in high school, middle school, and even earlier—in numbers we never saw in the past.
Sometimes the most courageous thing a man can do is to simply open a door.
Being the father that our children need does not require perfection—it requires courage.
How can you best create a loving relationship between brothers?
What does your son know, and believe, about women?
Does your son attract girls like bees to honey?
Would your son know what do to if he was propositioned by a member of the opposite sex?
Dennis Rainey talks honestly with parents about protecting their sons from overly aggressive girls.
Find out how to teach your sons how to deal with aggressive girls.
We should be working hard to save the hearts and futures of our sons from the pervasive decadence of a generation that is spinning aimlessly out of control.
Good parenting is hard work, and not always appreciated by your kids.
Author Leslie Leyland Fields exposes the myth that “children make you happy.”
What are you doing to grow spiritually strong kids?
Are you raising wise children?
What should a young man do with his desire?
More and more parents are expressing concern about the number of young women actively pursing their sons.
Hear a dramatic presentation of the popular children's book, The Squire and the Scroll, written by Jennie Bishop.
Robert Lewis tells fathers what they can do to transition their sons from boyhood to manhood.