Here's help if you're concerned about how your children talk to you and to each other.
Ten ways to ensure that your child will not succeed.
Each word you speak takes root for good or bad in the hearts of those who hear it.
One word can sometimes make or break a person.
Children are like wet cement. The time to impress their hearts for good is when they're small.
Sometimes we know what to do, but lack the courage to do it.
Whether done in a school yard or online, it hurts to be bullied.
Sometimes it takes courage to speak up.
What would you do if you had more courage?
What courageous thing have you done lately?
A fence keeps your kids safe while they play outdoors.
Do your kids have access to drugs?
What would your child do if offered drugs?
Building better relationships with your kids
On today's broadcast, Chick-fil-A president and founder, Truett Cathy, tells you how you can make a difference in the life of a child.
Do you praise God even in the bad times?
Sometimes it takes a story to jar us to reality.
Are you modeling gratitude for your kids?
Do you know anyone who grumbles and complains?
Would you like your children to be more grateful?
What are you doing to grow spiritually strong kids?
“Mom, he hit me!” Sound familiar?
Two siblings competing for Mom and Dad’s attention can turn a simple game of Mother May I? into a battle.
On today's broadcast, Dennis Rainey talks with author Mary Hunt, an expert in money management and a contributing editor at Woman’s Day magazine, about teaching your children financial responsibility.
Today on the broadcast, Mary Hunt, creator and editor of “Debt-Proof Living", a monthly newsletter formerly called the “Cheapskate Monthly", talks to Dennis Rainey about her former life as a spendaholic.
Melody Carlson and Kathy Pride share the emotional stories of their son's battle with drugs.
Did you ever get into a fight?
What does it mean to be a competent person?
Dr. Tim Irwin talks about the three components of a job--commitment, character, and competency.
Dr. Tim Irwin talks with Dennis Rainey about training our sons and daughters to excel in the workplace.
Tim Kimmel encourages parents to model a life well-lived in front of their children.
Tim Kimmel compares the world's standard of success and real greatness to God's standard.
Tim Kimmel talks about how parents can cultivate character, humility, gratefulness and a servant spirit in their children.
Tim Kimmel defines real success according to the Scriptures.
Tim Kimmel asks parents to consider whether or not they are raising their children for true greatness and influence.
Scott Turansky and Joanne Miller talk about three roadblocks to sibling harmony: selfishness, foolishness and anger.
Scott Turansky and Joanne Miller tell parents how to stop whining before it starts.
Scott Turansky and Joanne Miller tell parents how to discourage their children from whining.
Scott Turansky and Joanne Miller give a 30-day miracle cure for whining.
Scott Turansky and Joanne Miller talk to parents about teaching kids to honor others.
Elyse Fitzpatrick gives timely advice to parents of wayward children.
Does good parenting produce good kids and bad parenting produce bad kids?
Barbara Rainey, answers your most perplexing questions about parenting.
Dennis and Barbara Rainey answer your questions about parenting.
Tim Kimmel talks about how your children should feel free to be candid and vulnerable in front of you.
Tim Kimmel encourages parents to allow their children to be different for God's glory.
Tim Kimmel explains the difference between fear-based parenting and grace-based parenting.
Tim Kimmel talks about embracing a parenting style built on grace.
Tim Kimmel encourages parents to treat their children the way God treats His children - with grace.
Tom and Jeannie Elliff talk about the ten questions parents should ask their children to cultivate communication.