The responsible way in which we choose to handle modern media will set the tone for our children’s online behavior
The “bully” is a beloved child of God, too. The pain in their life is fueling their wrath towards us.
The digital age has it’s challenges for parents and kids alike. The questions are endless, the monitoring never-ending, and the app requests are constant. One generation is growing up immersed in information and accessibility like never before. The older generations attempting to parent their children through all of this haven’t lived through it from the ground up like they have. It’s challenging to stand in credibility when we’re learning so much on the fly, ourselves.
Here are 10 ways parents can engage kids with God’s Word for life.
When, as parents, we acknowledge the hand of God on the direction of our lives, we can then turn and lead our children to seek His path and purpose for theirs.
Transitions are tough. All change requires adjustment. I prefer proven processes. Turning over requires letting go
Life can be tough on kids but leading them to the feet of Jesus ushers in a hope that surpasses all their hard moments.
It’s a hard job, but all too often, we parents are too hard on ourselves. I can only pray that my children will choose to adopt a “forgive forward” philosophy.
When we catch our kids lying, there a few things we can do to break the chain reaction of fear and dishonesty.
My kids didn’t know me before them, or see how becoming the mom they needed me to be pulled me out of a dark season, set me back on my feet and renewed my faith.