Do you remember what it was like to be in Junior High School?
Has your relationship with your daughter changed since she got married? Good – it should.
Are you losing a daughter in marriage or gaining a son?
Do you treat your teen as a child or an adult?
Would your teen say you’re a good listener?
Today on the broadcast, Dennis Rainey talks with best-selling authors Shaunti Feldhahn and Lisa Rice about their book, For Parents Only.
Where do you draw the line physically?
How should a single view his or her singleness?
If you have strong feelings for someone, how and when do you let it be known?
Does dating and courtship always have to be so complicated?
All of us eventually transition from the teen years to adulthood.
Dating is usually considered one of the benefits of being a teenager.
When is a teen ready for dating?
Do you know what your worldview is?
Your teen is in crisis.
What do you do with a teen who’s out of control?
Are you struggling to find your place as a single?
Is getting married the only goal a single should have?
Are your kids testing your boundaries?
How do we keep the culture from swallowing up our kids?
Today on the broadcast, teen expert Ron Luce, co-founder and president of Teen Mania, gives parents and youth workers some timely tips for connecting with teens.
What is it about the culture that is so irresistible to our teens?
Authors Alex and Brett Harris encourage teens not to waste their youth, but, instead, to courageously attempt something that will have lasting value.
The hardest things are the smallest things.
Everyone expects teens to rebel in some way, but Alex and Brett have started a rebellion of a different kind.
A father’s impression on his children lasts a lifetime.
Today on the broadcast, Rick Rigsby, president of Rick Rigsby Communications and chaplain for the Texas Aggies, talks to Dennis Rainey about his late wife’s battle with breast cancer and her eventual death.
Have you ever known someone who couldn’t function without a boyfriend?
Why do young women often consider themselves less attractive than they really are?
Are you sure that everything you believe is true?