The Story of a Resilient Mom


Some of the most resilient people on the planet are MOMS! The word resilient means someone able to withstand or recover quickly from difficult conditions, and it also refers to being able to recoil or spring back into shape after bending, stretching, or being compressed.

I think a lot of moms live up to those definitions!

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How To Teach Your Children About Prayer


One of the most common questions we hear from parents is about teaching your children to pray.

Prayer is a powerful tool and it’s important to be proactive about training your children.

Listen in as Joe’s shares about how to begin that process.



The first step in teaching your children about prayer is teaching by example. But you can’t stop there. The next step is helping your child start their own prayer life.

Part of teaching your child about prayer is teaching them what God’s Word says about it.

Here’s a tool to help…

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Here one woman’s story of how these cards helped her.




Get started praying for your child with the new Parenting Prayer Guide which gives you the why as well as the how to start!



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How to Cover Tough Topics with Your Child

What happens when you run into a tough situation, as a parent? 

No matter what your child has just brought up or is dealing with, it’s important to not overreact. Then, you need to go to God’s Word to find the answer to their situation.

Whatever the circumstance is, God’s Word has the answer. By reading it, you can help your child navigate tough situations at school, in relationships, and anything else they may encounter.


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Do You Want God’s Best For Your Child?

“… Live your life as your spiritual nature directs you. Then you will never follow through on what your corrupt nature wants” (Galatians 5:16 GW).

For an airplane to fly, the law of gravity must be superseded by the law of thrust and the law of lift. When those two laws work together, the law of gravity is cancelled out and an airplane can rise up into the air.

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Never Say This to Your Child



The timing is always “perfect.” You’re in the kitchen trying to get something done, working on paper work in your office, cleaning up a mess, or dealing with something stressful and here comes your child.

They tore my coloring page! Can clouds be green instead of white? Can I have the new video game? 

Every parent has that experience several times a day and it can be easy to turn and say something you don’t mean in a moment of stress.

(Here are three things every parent should avoid saying to their child and why.)

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Teaching Your Child How to Be a Friend

Many of the greatest struggles parents face in raising their child have to do with the same thing – their child’s social life.

God made us to need relationships and true friendship is one of the best gifts we can give or receive.

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Setting Rules in Your House


In disciplining children, it’s important to set specific rules for your children. Kids need boundaries. However, don’t have so many rules that your children are overwhelmed. Once rules have been established, it’s important that parents consistently enforce them.

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PRAISE REPORT: Daily Devotions with Children

As any parent knows, managing morning madness and the daily routine can be tough. Add on top of that the need to fill your child’s cup up with righteous praise and God’s Word and it can seem overwhelming.

Here’s an encouraging tip from one reader, who saw great results and is loving the new experience on the ride to school.

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