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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 to help you navigate this current culture:

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Bridging Understanding Between The Generations

Is your child a member of “Generation Z”, and if so what difference does it make to me as a

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Guide To The Generations

Generation X (X’ers): the generation born after that of the baby boomers (roughly from the early 1960’s to mid-1970’s); generally

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You Complete Me

Certainly I’ve read or heard this thought elsewhere. It’s a climactic moment in the movie Jerry McGuire, where Jerry interrupts

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Real Teens Talk: Pros and Cons of Introducing Your Child to Technology

How young is too young to begin introducing your child to technology?   In today’s culture, it is not uncommon

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Sticks and stones may break my bones…

Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me. We have all heard this rhyme. It

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Talking Around The Table

It’s the time of year when families gather around the table, celebrating their holiday traditions and remembering what really matters.  Every

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What is normal?

What is “normal” behavior for our children?  When they are young we come up with cute expressions for their behavior

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Am I A Good Parent?

The first question to ask is: are you a good parental steward?   Key verse: Luke 12:42   “Who then is

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10 Ways To Build Your Family

Take time this week to eat dinner together as a family.  Turn the television off and use that time to talk

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