Even when we see no visible evidence, we can trust that God is at work.
Nina Roesner and Debbie Hitchcock give parents practical advice for building relationships with their teens.
Nina Roesner and Debbie Hitchcock talk about the importance of communicating respectfully with your teen.
Seeing the fruit of correcting your children requires delayed gratification.
Sarah Parshall Perry, who is raising two sons with autism, along with a daughter, tells how she's learning to relinquish control to God even in the middle of an unpredictable, chaotic life.
Sarah Parshall Perry, a wife and mother of three, realized soon after getting married how much of a control freak she really was, and the effects of it on her marriage weren't pretty.
Josh McDowell talks about the harmful effects pornography is having on young men and women, and encourages parents to point their children back to the biblical truth about love and sex.
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.
Just as failing to discipline your children will lead them to running the house, failing to trust your children will lead them to leaving the house.
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.
Helping your children understand God’s design for sex … and how to save themselves for marriage.
Joanne Kraft, author of "The Mean Moms Guide to Raising Great Kids," talks about the benefits of having the kids help out at home.
You might be a great mom, but you were first a wife. Remembering this is key to having a great marriage.
Are you a mean mom? Author and mother of four Joanne Kraft gives a courageous call to moms not to shirk their duty, but to be the kind of mom their kids need.
Children are using computers at younger and younger ages. Is this good for them? Pediatricians Dr. Den Trumbull and Dr. Michelle Cretella talk about the effects of screen time on children.
When we learned that the nature of parenting is sacrifice, we went from trying to have it all to having everything that matters.
Letting your child know your expectations before you go out in public together can act as a deterrent to inappropriate behavior.
Just because you failed in the area of sexual purity doesn't mean you can't be committed to upholding God's standard for your kids.
My wife and I hoped that by the end of the Passport2Purity weekend our son would be seeing things about life more clearly.
Romanian-born with no legs, Jen Bricker found a loving family in the home of Gerald and Sharon Bricker. The Brickers encouraged her to try whatever she wanted to-including gymnastics. Jen shares her story.
How do we, as parents, dream new dreams for our children when we have no idea what the future holds?
Jim Subers talks to parents about rebellious and hurting teens. Jim explains that many troubled teens are just looking for answers and have believed lies about themselves and God.
Do you have a child that's out of control? We want you to know there's hope. Jim Subers, President of Shelterwood explains why it's getting more and more difficult to raise children today.
Are you feeling overwhelmed with busyness? If so, you'll want to hear about the radical steps one over-extended mother took to step out of the rat race and refocus on her family.
Recovering too-busy mom Joanne Kraft recalls the day when she and her husband decided their family was going to take a year off from all extracurricular activities to spend more time together.
Our journey began when doctors told us our unborn daughter would be born with half a heart. In the last year we’ve learned to rely on God’s faithfulness.
“Some of the greatest needs we have are understanding and friendship.”
Our life with Annie hasn’t been easy. But it’s been worth it.
In the midst of incredible success as the Indianapolis Colts head coach, Tony Dungy experienced heart-wrenching loss when his son, James, committed suicide. Hear how the family survived the loss.