Author Todd Friel, a professed chief sinner in his household, reveals that the most courageous thing he ever does is apologize to his wife and children for sinning against them.
Todd Friel encourages parents to look beyond behavior modification when disciplining our kids; reminding us that we're all sinners, even parents, so we shouldn't be shocked when kids don't behave.
Todd Friel talks to parents of prodigals who feel they are to blame for their child's waywardness. Friel reminds parents that it's their job to be faithful. It's God's job to bring their children to faith.
Former history teacher Stephen Williams knows what it's like to be persecuted for his faith in the classroom. Williams encourages parents to know what their children's rights are in the classroom.
Stephen Williams talks about his journey to faith. Now, 16 years after embracing Christianity, Williams challenges parents to be proactive and exercise their faith in the public school system.
Nina Roesner and Debbie Hitchcock discuss the entitlement mentality that pervades the culture in which our kids are growing up.
Nina Roesner and Debbie Hitchcock give parents practical advice for building relationships with their teens.
Nina Roesner and Debbie Hitchcock talk about the importance of communicating respectfully with your teen.
Are you feeling overwhelmed with busyness? If so, you'll want to hear about the radical steps one over-extended mother took to step out of the rat race and refocus on her family.
Recovering too-busy mom Joanne Kraft recalls the day when she and her husband decided their family was going to take a year off from all extracurricular activities to spend more time together.
Hear couples describe their adoption experiences.
Gary Harrell and Anne Arkins talk about the benefits of persistent, specific prayers.