Family Strong

Billy's Story

Let’s face it. Being an effective parent is the hardest job to take on. Changes in our culture have altered what families look like: more mothers are rearing their children alone, and more grandparents are picking up where parents left off. Growing pressures conspire against keeping families strong, making it harder all the time to be intentional about raising our children to make good choices that lead to a productive, satisfied life.

But there is hope! Here are some resources (support for parents) to help you navigate this current culture:

Featured Resources

Laugh Feature

Just Laugh and See What Happens

Life can be hard sometimes. When we choose to laugh, it doesn’t change the circumstances going on around us; it…

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Happy family together, parents with their little child at sunset. Father raising baby up in the air.

Allowing Them to Fail So They Can Win

Parenting advice: Wins and failures. Do we allow our children to fail so that they can ultimately win? Paul Anderson…

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Do you have nomophobia

Do you have nomophobia?

What in the world is nomophobia?! We know a phobia is a fear and from the perspective of psychology, a…

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Fatherless Infographic feature

Fatherless Epidemic

Increasing numbers of fathers not being in the home. Are we in a fatherless epidemic? What is the impact on…

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real mom vs super mom faeture

Are you a Super Mom?

Do you ever feel overwhelmed as a mom? Do you wonder if you're doing everything right? Watch this video--This Real…

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Kids and Eye Contact

What’s up with kids and eye contact today? Limiting screen time is important because technology won't help their critical social…

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Be a better parent – It’s never too late

It is never too late to become a better parent. Today is a great day to start!

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game night

Hands on or hands off parent? Does it matter?

Protecting your child from harm is the most important duty you will face during the teenage years. Research from Columbia…

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Meaningful Conversations with Your Children

Are you tired of the yes and no answers from your kids? Here are some great tips on how to…

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