Remember, men and women are different, and that means how we communicate will have some differences. Continue reading…
It’s back to school time again, which means that soon students will be filling classrooms again. As teachers know well, each student comes with their own set of gifts, personal backgrounds, and needs.
When they step into your classroom, they bring things they are dealing with and you won’t always know what’s going on, but someone does. Continue reading…
We’ve launched the Fighting for Families radio program and have already begun receiving great feedback, but we are asking for your help to reach even more families with this message. Continue reading…
It’s an honor to be a grandparent and to see your children now as parents.
Children’s children are a crown to the aged, and parents are the pride of their children. Proverbs 17:6
However, just because your children are grown with children of their own doesn’t mean your work is finished.
We all love to be around people who like themselves.
People who don’t like themselves can make you feel really uncomfortable. It’s like they have a hole in their soul. Since they don’t like themselves, they just assume others don’t like them either.
If we’re going to work on our communication skills, the first thing we have to work on is our heart.
THE MIRACLE OF FAMILY
Take three or four children (or more) and two adults, each having their own unique set of gifts and personalities, put them all under one roof and have them dwell together in unity.
Your family is important enough to fight for!
God has a plan for your family. And here is the good thing about His plan. He doesn’t expect you to have the perfect family. He only hopes you have a “getting back up” family.
We all face challenges. We all get knocked down. Maybe your marriage isn’t as strong as it once was. Maybe you don’t have the money to do all you want to do. Maybe raising your kids is tougher than you expected. These are things that knock you and your family down. God wants to help you and your family get back up.
Okay, sometimes getting your children to talk isn’t that difficult, but with school starting back up, it’s important to get them to talk about the stuff that matters.
Don’t let the busyness of the school schedule keep you from getting your kids to talk about the important things and keep you from sharing what’s important with them.