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  • Craig Groeschel: 3 Ways Dads Can Lead Their Kids to Jesus

    Craig Groeschel: 3 Ways Dads Can Lead Their Kids to Jesus

    Father’s Day is a time to thank our fathers and reflect on the impact our dads have had on our lives. So, what are a few of the ways that godly men can make an impact on their kids for the Lord? In a message to Life Church, Craig Groeschel discussed the three best gifts

  • Parental Outrage as School Keeps ‘Genderqueer Witch’ Speaker Under Wraps

    Parental Outrage as School Keeps ‘Genderqueer Witch’ Speaker Under Wraps

    America has reached a sad state in her education where students are simply not safe in public schools anymore. The threat of physical violence in many of the nation’s schools is not the only, or even most dangerous, factor facing young Americans today. It is the schools’ constant indoctrination into dark and deceptive practices and

  • When Your Child Says They See Demons, Take Them Seriously

    When Your Child Says They See Demons, Take Them Seriously

    For many parents, the topic of seeing demons often is chalked up to a wild imagination and not a spiritual attack. And sometimes kid’s imaginations do get the better of them; they are children, after all. But what happens when children start telling their parents that they are seeing monsters, and insist they are real?

  • ‘Am I Gay?’ 10 Tips Preparing Parents for a Dreaded Day

    ‘Am I Gay?’ 10 Tips Preparing Parents for a Dreaded Day

    A young girl called me: “I wonder if I’m gay?” Parents notice hints with their son or daughter, making them wonder, “Where did we go wrong?” Congress proposes banning TikTok for surveillance and inappropriate content glorifying certain lifestyles for kids. Dark forces are maneuvering unsuspecting children and youth to question their sexual identity. Gallup just

  • Train Up a Child to Stay? Almost Half of Adult Children in U.S. Receive Financial Aid From Parents

    Train Up a Child to Stay? Almost Half of Adult Children in U.S. Receive Financial Aid From Parents

    Today’s young adults are vastly different than the generations of the past. The concept of what is expected for many emerging adults today differs vastly from what was expected of their parents and grandparents. For those part of the older generations, it was expected that most people would get jobs, get married and start their

  • How You Can Prepare Your Child for a New Brother or Sister

    How You Can Prepare Your Child for a New Brother or Sister

    One of the biggest worries expectant parents who also have toddlers deal with is how to help their toddler adjust to a new baby sibling. As a counselor who has helped patients walk through this journey, and as a mother who has helped her toddler adapt to a new baby sibling, the most valuable advice

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