Sherry Surratt and Tracey Eyster recall their 40 plus combined years of parenting and assure moms that Jesus will equip and strengthen them if they'll just turn to Him for help and wisdom.
Motherhood is messy, but beautiful. Sherry Surratt and Tracey Eyster talk about gaining motherly confidence, finding a mentor, and relying on the Lord to face the day-to-day.
Jess and Lance, as young Christians, were on an evangelistic outreach when they found each other. Lance and Jess tell how they went from being bright-eyes youthful missionaries to just another couple living together at his parent's house.
"Pastor Todd Wagner came up with a simple explanation of manhood and womanhood so that he could teach his children. Hear him explain the five S's of being a woman, beginning with ""Seek God first.""�"
"Pastor Todd Wagner wanted to teach his sons and daughters about the true nature of masculinity and femininity. Wagner teaches on the five S's of being a man, beginning with, ""Step Up.""�"
Rachel Jankovic tells how she finds snatches of time during the daily rush of life to offer up prayers for her children.
Rachel Jankovic reminds moms that motherhood is not an opportunity to see God work in the daily ups and downs of life.
Author Rachel Jankovic reminds listeners that motherhood is largely sacrificial.
Before you rush to fix your child's problem, ask yourself whether you are truly helping him or her.
Hear from young men and women whose parents made a choice more than a decade ago.
Hear from a number of 20-something Passport alumni as they share the results.
Dennis Rainey says that, as parents, we cannot head off all trouble before it presents itself.
You'll be surprised where peer pressure comes from.
Dennis Rainey challenges parents with the opportunity to prepare their children for adolescence.
Barbara Rainey, answers your most perplexing questions about parenting.
Remember your Sunday school days?
The Bible, and Bible study, is thought by many to be dry and boring.
Tired of your kids scrunching their noses at the family dinner table?
Quick advice regarding various areas of your child’s life.
Feeling like you've been edged out in popularity by your tween's friends?
Has parenting gotten harder since your child hit puberty?
Kids learn how to resolve conflict by watching us do it.
Helping your children learn to live within limits.
Form convictions that you can hold with integrity as you shape the life of your child.
You must set the rules and the boundaries, not your toddler.
You'll either tell your kids the truth about sex, or the culture will tell them half truths.
Setting words to music is a great way to remember something.
A kiss is just a kiss--until it's something more.
What kind of person do you want your teen to date?
How do you teach the value of purity in a culture that applauds immodesty?